About Rebecca Chastain
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REBECCA CHASTAIN is the USA Today bestselling author of the Madison Fox urban fantasy series and the Gargoyle Guardian Chronicles fantasy trilogy, among other works. Inside her novels, you’ll find spellbinding adventures packed with supernatural creatures, thrilling action, heartwarming characters (human and otherwise), and more than a little humor. Rebecca lives in Northern California with her charming husband and bossy cat.
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In the Press
Kobo Writing Life: I weigh in on the age-old debate between plot vs. character in Kobo’s “Characters Who Speak for Themselves” article.
Fun Fantasy Reads: I talk with author Rose Montague about my path to publishing, what I wish I’d known before my first book, and authors who influenced me to write fantasy.
The Life and Literary Pursuits of Alexia Chamberlynn: How I built the world of the Gargoyle Guardian Chronicles, magical powers I wish I had, and…earthworms? Check out my interview on author A.A. Chamberlynn’s site.
Lisa Emme’s Blog: What’s the connection between slow-build romance, gargoyles in need, and my endless yearning for a dragon of my own? Find out in my interview with Lisa Emme.
Sydney Bristow’s Blog: Author Sydney Bristow and I chat about gargoyles and magic.
Interviews with Writers: I chat about, shockingly, writing and life as a writer.
New in Books: With everything from what’s on my desk to who I’d invite to dinner, my interview covers it all.
Dab of Darkness: Chatting fantasy quests, Firefly, kelpie rescues, and more.
Books and Tales: I speak about my obsession with outlines, avocados, and magic. (Interview after the content warning.)
Musings of a Bookish Kitty: Some of my favorite characters have been cats. I discuss my Five Favorite Felines in this rare guest post.
Mom with a Reading Problem: Talking about the things I’d change in Madison’s universe if I could go back in time, critics, and, of all things, cereal.
The Indie View: Discussing the difficulties and benefits of writing a sequel, how long it took to write A Fistful of Fire, and what I learned along the way.
Words, Words, Words: Some of the best fantasy novels take place right here on Earth. I drop by author Margo Bond Collins’ blog to discuss my favorites and how they influenced my Madison Fox series.
Happy Tails and Tales: Niko gives his first public interview! Find out what he thinks about Madison, his job, and even what he likes to drink.
Sassy Book Lovers: What scares me? What inspires me? Find out in this interview.
Open Book Society: If you’re interested in what influenced Magic of the Gargoyles and the difference between writing a novella and a novel, plus so much more, it’s all included in this interview.
Morgen “with an E” Bailey’s Blog: I reveal all the details of my hard-working character template. It’s good stuff!
Karen Writes Stuff: Where I get ideas, the importance of humor, and a few recommendations are all part of this interview.
From the Shadows: Were-eagles, psychometry, and Taye Diggs—my interview has it all.
Donna Augustine’s Blog: I discuss why I veered from many of the urban fantasy tropes and why I like to put humor in my novels in this author-to-author interview.
Lovely Reads Publishing: Find out how I decided to become an author, the origins of A Fistful of Evil, and my favorite scene from the book.
Ally Shields’ Blog: Author Ally Shields and I talk about my path to publication and my love of vegan turtles (the kind you eat).
DJ’s Book Corner: Find out about my dream cast for Magic of the Gargoyles, what I do for writer’s block, and how some genetic experimentation could benefit a story.
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