Coffee in Space

S1 E32 Interview with Mark de Jager

December 13, 2020 S. Daniel Smith Season 1 Episode 32
Coffee in Space
S1 E32 Interview with Mark de Jager
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Coffee in Space
S1 E32 Interview with Mark de Jager
Dec 13, 2020 Season 1 Episode 32
S. Daniel Smith

Interview with Mark de Jager, a huge D&D gamer and author of two books. In this episode, we discuss the similarities between worldbuilding in a game and in a novel, holding onto a character for decades before finding a story for them, and of course, his novels.

In particular, we talked about how is hobby of gaming turned into a fantasy world for his novel Infernal. I think you'll enjoy how that all turned out. We discuss how that world continues on in his second novel, Firesky, which is on preorder now (as of this recording). 

 To learn more about Mark’s writing,  follow him on Twitter (@gergaroth) or Instagram.

Like the podcast episode? You can "Buy me a Coffee" as a thank you! I'll even give you a free short story to show my gratitude. Thank you!

* Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are using Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!

Show Notes

Interview with Mark de Jager, a huge D&D gamer and author of two books. In this episode, we discuss the similarities between worldbuilding in a game and in a novel, holding onto a character for decades before finding a story for them, and of course, his novels.

In particular, we talked about how is hobby of gaming turned into a fantasy world for his novel Infernal. I think you'll enjoy how that all turned out. We discuss how that world continues on in his second novel, Firesky, which is on preorder now (as of this recording). 

 To learn more about Mark’s writing,  follow him on Twitter (@gergaroth) or Instagram.

Like the podcast episode? You can "Buy me a Coffee" as a thank you! I'll even give you a free short story to show my gratitude. Thank you!

* Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are using Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!