City of Masks review

Just found (via Google blog search, which I have fed into my feed reader) a nice review of the podcast version of City of Masks on Livejournal. The reviewer initially wasn't sold on my reading, until s/he (I think she) realized that I was "doing the voices" of the characters.

I don't have (and don't intend to get) a Livejournal account in order to comment directly on the post, but thanks, krazysidhe, for your kind words. I'm complimented that you thought of doing fanfiction, though I'm also glad you decided not to. And (if you find this), have a look at The Y People and see if you like that too.

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Mike Reeves-McMillan lives in Auckland, New Zealand, the setting of his Auckland Allies contemporary urban fantasy series; and also in his head, where the weather is more reliable, and there are a lot more wizards. He also writes the Gryphon Clerks series (steampunk/magepunk), the Hand of the Trickster series (sword-and-sorcery heist capers), and short stories which have appeared in venues such as Compelling Science Fiction and Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores.

About Mike Reeves-McMillan

Mike Reeves-McMillan lives in Auckland, New Zealand, the setting of his Auckland Allies contemporary urban fantasy series; and also in his head, where the weather is more reliable, and there are a lot more wizards. He also writes the Gryphon Clerks series (steampunk/magepunk), the Hand of the Trickster series (sword-and-sorcery heist capers), and short stories which have appeared in venues such as Compelling Science Fiction and Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores.
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3 Responses to City of Masks review

  1. Jay says:

    *chuckles* You're welcome. I believe the LJ is set up to accept anonymous posts; however, I recently also started cross posting to a blog spot as well. I have been and still am enjoying the story so far. I haven't of late had the time to keep up with the Y People. 🙂

  2. Mike Reeves-McMillan says:

    I haven't, of late, had the time to keep writing The Y People, but… soon, I hope.The LJ doesn't accept anonymous or OpenID posts, or didn't when I tried to leave one.Glad you're enjoying the story.

  3. Jay says:

    Good luck finding time, I know how that goes. I'll fix that on the LJ, I know not everyone wants to sign up for something else.

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