Interviews and Guest Blog Posts

From sources of inspiration to building an intricate magic system, learn more in Corry’s own words…

Guest Posts

Whatever. Time to register to vote.

Scalzi’s “The Big Idea”:
Weave the Lightning

“With infinite possible worlds, why are imagined societies so often burdened by the same glass ceilings and arbitrary lines in the sand as our world?”

Five Things I Learned Writing Weave The Lightning

  1. People can believe in terrible things
  2. People are complicated; so, too, magic.
  3. Sometimes, you just have to explain.
  4. Break open your reveals.
  5. It’s okay to trash a draft.

Podcasts

The Happy Writer
with Marissa Meyer

We chat about magic systems, what we can learn in scrapping an entire draft, & my debut novel.

Plus, we laugh a lot.


Interviews

nerds of a feather, flock together

Interview:
Nerds of a Feather

The push-pull of magic and technology, how being a physicist affects Corry’s writing, CP violation… and more.

Interview:
Breaking the Glass Slipper

Why a particle physicist would write historical fantasy, the appeal of resistance fighters, the dangers of uncontrolled power… and more.

Interview:
Conquer Books

The appeal of a travelling circus, how being a scientist influences Corry’s worldbuilding, and her “crunchy” magic system… and more.

Interview:
The Qwillery

Corry’s first fiction piece, challenges of writing, and memorable quotes…

Reading a book by the water

Interview:
Civilian Reader

How Corry came to genre fiction, Weave the Lightning‘s spiritual shelf-neighbors… and more.

Interview:
Paul Semel Blog

Influences on Weave the Lightning, who I’d cast in the movie, and next great reads…


Inspired? Order Weave the Lightning!

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EMPIRE. REVOLUTION. MAGIC.

Gerrit is the son of Bourshkanya’s Supreme-General. Despite his powerful storm-affinity and the State’s best training, he can’t control his magic. To escape the brutal consequences, he flees.

Celka is a travelling circus performer, hiding both her link to the underground and her storm-affinity from the prying eyes of the secret police. But Gerrit’s arrival threatens to expose everything: her magic, her family, and the people they protect.

The storms have returned, and everything will change.