A Closer Look: The Dangerous Type

 

Dangerous TypeWe were such fans of Loren Rhoads’ totally addictive military space opera assassin series that when we sat down to talk about how we wanted to release the three books of the In the Wake of Templars trilogy, we decided to try something a little different and release all three books in a six month span.

Since the release of book one, The Dangerous Type, earlier this month, Loren has been making the rounds across the internet. We’ve gathered all her guest posts below, so you can get yourself up to speed on this fast-paced assassin’s story just in time for book two in September.


There’s an excerpt for The Dangerous Type here.

Over at Sherry Peters’s website, Rhoads discusses why Luck Favors the Prepared and the importance of persistence.

At Decluttering for Writers, Loren talks about the joy of getting rid of old paperwork.

On Jaime Johnesee’s blog, Rhoads expands on her pen name.

There’s an author interview over at Shell’s Interviews.

Rhoads talks personas at Mary Robinette Kowal’s “My Favorite Bit.”

Of course I live in a haunted house,” we’ll leave it at that.

Here Rhoads talks about the romance and relationships found within the novel.Kill By Numbers

The genesis of Raena Zacari is explained here.

Another long and in-depth author interview here.

Here Loren discusses “bringing grimdark to space opera.”

At her own website, Rhoads discusses Raena’s foremothers, specifically Aeon Flux.

Loren has a few more guest posts coming up, so be sure to follow her on Twitter @MorbidLoren to see everywhere she’s posting.

Upcoming In Person Appearances:

During Sasquan, the World Science Fiction Convention in Spokane, Rhoads will be taking part in the Broad Universe reading on Friday, August 21 at 7 p.m.

On October 11 at 3 pm, she’ll be reading at Gamescape North in San Rafael,California, as part of the Litquake Festival.

The Dangerous Type is out now! Kill by Numbers releases September 1st and the final book in the trilogy, No More Heroes, releases November 3rd.

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