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I was advised to read 'Phoenix' by my dissertaion advisor for a novel-writing masters and I have to say that I found it a fantastic read and just what I needed to help with with my own novel. Not only that, but to learn that your process to write 'Tyger' has resulted in far more than you originally intended is, in itself, inspirational to me. The discovery of a whole story universe that needs to be told, when you scratch the surface of your own original story, is something I can relate to. Thank you so much, it's great to hear that you're enjoying Phoenix so much! At the moment, I'm not planning to write a sequel, but I am working on a new trilogy called TYGER. Here's a link to a blog where you can read more about it if you'd like to know more.
SF SAID: Phoenix - Varjak Paw
In the meantime, I hope you'll give Phoenix a go, even though it's not a Varjak Paw book. I'm still thinking about it, even though I finished writing it more than a year ago! I'm already working on my next book, but I can't say anything about it, because my books always change a lot in the years it takes me to write them! Even though you recently just wrote a book, what type of genre or book would you start planning for your next book? What is tyger about because I love your books and I am reading the outlaw varjak paw and I have read varjak paw and phoenix so I hope this book will be better then all your books combined.I ADORE you're books especially PHOENIX, TYGER sounds great and believe me, I'm gonna get it as soon as it comes out !!! I think PHOENIX is your best book because it makes you feel sad, happy, doubtful and loads more emotions and I believe a book should make you feel that way! I really enjoyed the visit to Cheetham – it was inspiring for me to meet such great readers. Please give my best wishes to everyone, and thank you all for the fantastic welcome! Nothing is ordinary,' said the tyger. 'Everything is extraordinary. In all of infinity and eternity, that flower exists only in this world; this precise posi- tion in space and time. Everywhere else, there is a different flower, or no flower at all. And the same is true of you. Nothing special? You are miraculous beyond measure, both of you.” SF says that authors like Roald Dahl, Ursula Le Guin and Rudyard Kipling made him who he is. Their books shaped his mind as did all the comics and music he loved as a child, from Star Wars to The Sandman. His flat walls are covered with books, records and videos – literally thousands of them.
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Tyger is not about space; it's a whole new project. I can't say too much about it, because my books always change a lot as I write them! But here's a blog post I made about it - I hope it won't be too much longer now before the first book is published! yesterday i went to a local bookshop and looked around but i couldn't find the book i wanted so i asked the manager. He looked and looked at last he found the book i wanted i bought it. It is called Phoenix and it was by you. I started reading it yesterday it is great so far. And it is very detailed. Best wishes Isobel Thank you so much for your amazing comment! I think Phoenix is my best book so far, so it really means a lot to me to hear things like that from my readers. Thank you so much, it's great to hear that you're enjoying Phoenix! I wrote a little bit about where I get my ideas in this blog post - I hope you will find it interesting.So please be patient; Tyger will come out one day, and I think it might be even better than Phoenix when it does! Hello Sally Bones I am your mother and we could team up and kill Varjak Paw and his friends!” Sor said, but slowly a big hand snatched up Sor and Sally Bones.