Friday, July 8, 2016

The Speculative Fiction Cantina with Natalie Wright and C. W. Hawes

Today on the Speculative Fiction Cantina we are pleased to welcome writers Natalie Wright and C. W. Hawes.

Natalie Wright
Natalie Wright

Natalie is the author of H.A.L.F., a science fiction series, and The Akasha Chronicles, a young adult fantasy trilogy. She lives in the high desert of Tucson, Arizona with her husband, teen daughter, and two young cats.

Natalie spends her time writing, reading, hanging out on social media, and meeting readers and fans at festivals and comic cons throughout the western United States. She likes to walk in the high desert, snorkel in warm waters, travel, and share excellent food and conversation with family and friends. She was raised an Ohio farm girl, lives in the desert Southwest, and dreams of living in a big city high rise.

Natalie's books:

The Makers (H.A.L.F., Book 2) Dedicated webpage

The Deep Beneath (H.A.L.F., Book 1)

Emily’s Heart (Akasha Chronicles, Book 3)

Natalie's Links:

C.W. Hawes
C. W. Hawes

C.W. Hawes is an author and award winning poet. His interests are wide ranging and this is reflected in both the genres and the contents of his books. Among his works are the post-apocalyptic The Rocheport Saga, the Justinia Wright, PI series of mystery novels, the Lady Dru Drummond Dieselpunk/alternative history novels, Rand Hart and the Pajama Putsch Dieselpunk/alternative history novella, and the horror tales Do One Thing For Me, Metamorphosis, Ancient History, and What the Next Day Brings

Among C.W.’s many interests are a love for fine food, tea, music (classical, swing, folk, and ‘50s and ‘60s pop), philosophy and mythology, art and architecture, books, history, nature, writing instruments (especially fountain pens and dip pens), airships, and steam power technology. All of these find a place in his writing.

C.W. was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and has made his home in Minneapolis, MN for the past 45 years, where he currently lives with his wife and cat. He was employed by Hennepin County in Minnesota, where he worked in human services. He retired in 2015.

C.W.'s Books:

C. W.'s Links:

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