AISFP 130 – Moses Siregar III

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We talked with our very own Moses Siregar III about his debut novel, The Black God’s War (just released). We found out about Moses’s sordid past (lots of D&D and coke, erm, Coca Cola) and how his rekindled interest in RPGs became the gateway drug for writing fantasy novels. Moses also revealed more of his inner geek, as he talked about how Robotech, The Iliad, and The Decemberists inspired him to write his book.

MotherLode’s review of The Black God’s War (novel) was published on July 31st, to be followed by Indie Fantasy Review and The Journal of Always Reviews on August 3rd.

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  1. Wonderful interview. Great to learn a bit more about Moses. He talks REALLY intelligently about indie publishing and I wish him all the luck in the world. Just bought a copy of The Black God’s War for my Kindle. Amazon’s “also bought” monkeys will have plenty of interesting fodder and I look forward to reading it.

  2. Shaun Farrell says

    it was a lot of fun to get into the book with Moses. Looking forward to doing that again when book 2 comes out.


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