Interview with Ernest Cline, author of Ready Player One

Ernest Cline interview

Mini update time!

So you’ve probably caught on by now: I’m a busy gal.

My boyfriend and I are settled into our new apartment, but it’s a lifestyle change, and that means a lot more responsibility around the house. Plus, a MILLION little things have been going wrong all over the place! I’m super exhausted and sleepy from all the stress as I type this.

My job prospects are looking up, even though I took a small hit this week. So that’s good news. I’m still working hard. :)

Book reviews will return soon! I’ve been swamped with stuff for Kirkus, so A Clash of Kings has been mostly put on hold.

Anyway, I wanted to share my latest editorial for GamesBeat. This time I talked to Ready Player One author Ernest Cline (you remember my review) about his book, his contest — he’s giving away an actual 1981 DeLorean, whoa! — and what comes next.

Check it out, share, and let me know what you think!

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2 thoughts on “Interview with Ernest Cline, author of Ready Player One

  1. I’m sorry some things are not working out like they should :( But, I do love your attitude and positive outlook. And how you remind me to read Ready Player One, lol. It’s next on the list! I promise!

    I read your interview too, and as is usual with you, it’s wonderful! Cline sounds like a truly wonderful guy, which makes me want to read his book even more than I already do. And I’d LOVE to have that DeLorean in my garage. :)

    • It’s all right — life is like that sometimes, but I’ll get through it. We all do. :)

      Thanks for reading, Sarah! I appreciate it. Have a great day, and read that book, lady!

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