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The Only One in the World: Kerry Greenwood & David Greagg Interview

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The Only One in the World: Kerry Greenwood & David Greagg Interview

For The Only One in the World writers Kerry Greenwood and David Greagg share "Hidden Treasure." Here Kerry and David talked with us about their story set in 17th Century Iceland, and what they learned writing it. What is the most unexpected tidbit you learned while researching your story? The seriously unexpected bit was reading The Story of the Confederates and discovering how different it was from all the other sagas. We already knew that Viking women had far more in the way of equal rights than in most contemporary cultures. And we knew also that law was extremely important in medieval...

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The Only One in the World: Natalie Conyer Interview

Natalie Conyer The Only One in the World: A Sherlock Holmes Anthology

The Only One in the World: Natalie Conyer Interview

Natalie Conyer's tale for The Only One in the World takes place in Poland. We asked Natalie what was the best part about writing "The Adventure of the Disappearing Village" for our Sherlock Holmes anthology. What is the most unexpected tidbit you learned while writing your story? Growing up, my brother and I were told bedtime stories about Chelm, a village whose inhabitants are very foolish. They get up to all sorts of crazy things, like trying to float millstones downstream, or to capture the moon in a glass of water. MoreNatalie's story:an editor's eye view from Narrelle M Harris...

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The Only One in the World: Greg Herren Interview

Greg Herren The Only One in the World: A Sherlock Holmes Anthology

The Only One in the World: Greg Herren Interview

In The Only One in the World, Greg Herren's story takes place in the United States. We asked Greg what he most enjoyed when writing his Sherlockian tale, "The Affair of the Purloined Rentboy." What is the most unexpected tidbit you learned while writing your story? That there were coffee shops in New Orleans before World War I! It shouldn't have surprised me, given that New Orleans was the biggest point of entry for coffee (still is, I think), but there were quite a few of them What was your favourite thing about writing for The Only One in the World?...

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The Only One in the World: Atlin Merrick Interview

Atlin Merrick The Only One in the World: A Sherlock Holmes Anthology

The Only One in the World: Atlin Merrick Interview

Atlin Merrick's story in The Only One in the World takes place in South Sudan and in Lisbon, Portugal. Titled "S.H.E.R.L.O.C.K," we asked Atlin what she enjoyed most writing about Sherlock Holmes and John Watson. What is the most unexpected tidbit you learned while researching your story? Oh, I learned so many things writing S.H.E.R.L.O.C.K. The thing most glorious is how incredible Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) are. The work those volunteers have done across the world for nearly half a century, going where people are suffering from famine, war, or epidemics – it's legendary. Thousands of people, from...

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The Only One in the World: Jason Franks Interview

Author Interviews – The Only One in the World Jason Franks The Only One in the World: A Sherlock Holmes Anthology

The Only One in the World: Jason Franks Interview

For The Only One in the World Jason Franks shares "Sharakau Homura and the Heart of Iron." Jason talked with us about his story set in Japan and South Africa, and what he loved about writing it. What is the most unexpected tidbit you learned while researching your story? Something specific that I picked up researching this specific story was about the music popular in South Africa in the 1970s. I started out trying to learn whether Jimi Hendrix had much of a following there, and that led me down a bit of a rabbit hole about South African musicians...

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