8/8/12: The Portrait of Alatiel Salazar Blog Tour continues at Bookish Things and More, with a review and giveaway.
Blog Tour itinerary courtesy of Roxy Kade.
7/8/12: The Portrait of Alatiel Salazar Blog Tour begins at The Ginger Nutcase, with a Cristian Salazar character interview.
29/7/12: The Portrait of Alatiel Salazar wins the Reader’s Choice Award for Horror.
6/7/12: Interview (and book giveaway) courtesy of Workaday Reads:
“Curiously, when I was researching the Basque witch trials, I found that a scholar named Salazar saved many accused witches from execution.”
17/6/12: The Portrait of Alatiel Salazar is now on sale.
26/5/12: Interview (and book review) courtesy of Paranormal Lounge:
“Maxim de Winter, Cristian Salazar, the vampire king Dracula: all these characters speak to me of a ruined nobility, an insidious despair and the loneliness of those who cannot be understood by more human, more humane people.”
14/5/12: Steven Katriel interviewed by Shana Raywood:
“Alatiel and the Salazar clan are not exactly vampires, not exactly ghosts; and they can only be fought with their own weapons of choice – witchcraft and illusion.”
11/5/12: Steven Katriel interviewed by B. Lloyd at Authors Anon:
“Instead of making Alatiel an evil genius-type, I fashioned her as a ‘blank canvas’, allowing the male characters to interpret her beauty and personality in whatever elevated or sordid way they choose.”
10/5/12: Steven Katriel interviewed by Rainy Kaye at Rainy of the dark:
“She probably thinks I’m insane…and she’s probably right.”
9/5/12: Steven Katriel interviewed by Melissa Ringsted at There For You:
“A writer’s true worth is measured in terms of capability, not merely sales figures and success.”
10/4/12: I‘m delighted to announce that my novella The Portrait of Alatiel Salazar will be published in June by Immortal Ink, a new and exciting imprint. Many thanks to Shana Raywood and R.P. Kraul for their gracious assistance.