Friday, September 14, 2012

Exclusive Author Interview with Camille Picott

Author Interview for: Book & Movie Dimension a Blog

Camille Picott

Camille Picott has been writing books since the age of twelve. She specializes in science fiction and fantasy stories with Asian-inspired settings and Asian main characters. She is the author of two middle grade fantasy books, Raggedy Chan and Nine-Tail Fox.

In her spare time, Camille loves to read books and write reviews. Her reviews are written from a writer's perspective, highlighting various aspects of craft found in the books she reads.

To visit Camille, and to read her book reviews, go to

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Book & Movie Dimension a Blog's Very First Written/Video Author Interview with Camille Picott
1. Camille, thank you, for the chance to chat with you by asking some questions. I'm such a fan of your book, Sulan and what I'm sure is to be a series. 
How would you introduce Sulan (Episode One: The League) to readers here at the blog?

2. How did the idea for Sulan come together?

3. How long did writing Sulan take from first drafts to being published?

4. What''s the next book after Sulan and what would we encounter?

5. What are your pastimes, Camille?

6. What are you most proud of doing in your life?

7. What are some of your favorite books and movies and why? Give me as many as you want.

8. Camille, what was your very first venture into writing like?

9. What are you currently working on in writing? Any future writing projects?

10. Camille, would you like to mention anything more before the close of this awesome interview? 
Go ahead!

Don't Miss! : Sulan Online Book Tour: Review and Giveaway of Sulan (Episode 1: The League) by Camille Picott

Hi! guys. 
Please, watch the video below done by none other than Camille! She's such a great video personality. Her video where she answers my questions is just so beautifully done.

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Sixteen-year-old Sulan Hom can’t remember life before the Default—the day the United States government declared bankruptcy. As a math prodigy, she leads a protected life, kept safe from the hunger and crime plaguing the streets of America. She attends the corporate-sponsored Virtual High School, an academy in Vex (Virtual Experience) for gifted children. 

Beyond the security of Sulan’s high-tech world, the Anti-American League wages a guerrilla war against the United States. Their leader, Imugi, is dedicated to undermining the nation’s reconstruction attempts. He attacks anything considered a national resource, including corporations, food storage facilities—and schools. When Sulan witnesses the public execution of a teenage student and the bombing of a college dorm, she panics. 

Her mother, a retired mercenary, refuses to teach her how to defend herself. Sulan takes matters into her own hands. With the help of her hacker best friend, Hank, Sulan acquires Touch—an illegal Vex technology that allows her to share the physical experience of her avatar. With Touch, Sulan defies her mother and trains herself to fight. 

When Imugi unleashes a new attack on the United States, Sulan finds herself caught in his net. Will her Vex training be enough to help her survive and escape?

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