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Jul 15

SciFi Diner Podcast 255 – Our Interview with Author Raven Oak; Remembering James Horner

255 SciFi Diner Podcast 255 – Our Interview with Author Raven Oak; Remembering James Horner

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Interview:

raven_oakRaven Oak is the author of the Amazon bestselling fantasy novel Amaskan’s Blood and the upcoming space operas,Class-M Exile and The Eldest Silence.

She began her career as many authors do–with the lofty goal of becoming the next Anne McCaffrey, Connie Willis, orNeil Gaiman. At the age of twelve, she took her first steps into novel writing by penning a 320 page novel about dragons with all the drama of a typical twelve-year-old.

She studied English literature and music in college, and in 2001, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of North Texas. She later completed her Master of Science Degree in CECS from UNT in 2005. After twelve years in the classroom as a computer and English teacher, she retired from education to pursue writing full-time.

When she’s not writing, she’s getting her game on with tabletop games, indulging in cartography, or staring at the ocean.

Raven is currently at work on Amaskan’s War and The Eldest Traitor. She is a member of the local Seattle writing groups Ladies of the Write andWayward Writers, as well as the Northwest Science Fiction Society and PNWA. She was an established member of the now defunct Magnolia Chapter One writing group.
Raven is married to her gamer husband, who is a game engineer/software developer. They have three kitties who enjoy lounging across the keyboard when writing deadlines approach. They live on a cliff in Seattle, WA, less than mile from the ocean.

You can find her online at:

Twitter:     http://twitter.com/raven_oak
Facebook*: http://facebook.com/authorroak
Google+*:   https://www.google.com/+RavenOak

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