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Author Interview & Giveaway: Song of Scarabaeus by Sara Creasy

Today, I’m pleased to welcome Sara Creasy here to Dark Faerie Tales to talk about her debut novel, Song of Scarabaeus.  The book is currently available in bookstores.

One lucky commenter will have a chance to win a copy of the book.  Details are listed at the end of the post.

Visit Sara around the web here: Website | Blog

You can also read an excerpt from Song of Scarabaeus here.

Welcome Sara!

DFT: Could you start things off by telling us a little about the book?

Song of Scarabaeus is a science fiction novel that combines some hard science ideas with adventure and romance. Edie is a cypherteck – she terraforms alien worlds for colonization. Mercenaries kidnap her and force her to help the outlawed Fringe worlds, who desperately need this technology. They link her to a bodyguard, an ex-con named Finn, who will die if he strays from her side.

Aside from the science fiction elements, the story is also about the developing relationship between Finn and Edie as they learn to trust each other and work together for their freedom.

DFT: What motivated you to write Song of Scarabaeus?

It was a long process, as most first novels are, and my motivation changed over time. After years of writing half-finished short stories and outlines in various genres, I wanted to draw together all the ideas I’d been working on and complete something – anything! This process taught me that I definitely wanted to focus on science fiction, which I’d been reading since high school.

It’s easy and fun to write outlines and character bios and short stories, but a novel is quite a commitment. When I finished the first draft and liked what I’d written, my motivation was to make it the best it could be, and to get the book published so I could share my imagination with readers.

DFT: If you could describe your main characters with only 3 words, what would they be?

That’s a tough one! I’ll give it a shot. Edie is sheltered, idealistic, and stubborn. Finn is independent, jaded, and loyal.

DFT: Tell us something about your research process and the choices you make when creating the story.

I wrote a lot of notes about the universe I’d created – the political history, the technology, the characters’ backgrounds. To create a futuristic terraforming technology, I had to go back to my biology textbooks to brush up on retroviruses and genetic engineering. My husband created a plausible spaceship engine for me and helped me out with the weapons and fighting.

A lot of this information isn’t detailed in the novel, because I only used what the reader needed to know, but it was important for me to understand it before I could write about it.


DFT: Do you have a long-term plan or goal for this story universe?

A sequel comes out in 2011, with some of the same characters. Some elements of the universe –the central Crib bureaucracy and the outlying Fringe worlds, and the method of space travel I developed – are things I’ll probably explore again with different characters.

DFT: What influences and inspirations (both literary and non-literary) did you draw from while writing Song of Scarabaeus?

A lifetime of movies and books influenced me. It’s hard to pinpoint specific things. I love gritty science fiction movies, and that’s how I imagined the universe of this story. Creating the main character Edie was more a matter of removing influences: I didn’t want her to have a military background, or be a genetically engineered superwoman, or be a kick-ass heroine with a smart mouth. I’ve read and enjoyed stories with those kinds of heroines, but I wasn’t comfortable writing one. Finally, because my background is biology, that’s what I drew from for the science part of my SF universe.

DFT: Who is your favorite character in this book, and why?

I guess I would have to say Edie, because the story is from her perspective so she’s the character whose head I had to get inside. She’s definitely someone who tries to do the right thing but she doesn’t always have the experience or opportunity to make the best decisions. She’s not in a position of power but she stands up to injustice and she makes whatever deals are necessary to get by.

DFT: Do you have a favorite scene or line from Song of Scarabaeus?

I really enjoyed writing the scenes between Edie and Finn. The entire story takes place over only two weeks and I wanted to pace their relationship realistically, bearing in mind the stressful and dangerous situations they end up in. There’s a scene early on where she’s been forced by the mercs to “discipline” him, and the two of them have a short discussion that pretty much defines their tentative relationship so far and hints at the direction it will take.

DFT: What other projects are you working on that you would like to tell us about?

I have both a fantasy and a young adult fantasy in the works, but for now my intention is to write more science fiction adventure/romance. Those other projects are more for my own amusement.

DFT: What books/genres do you read when you have the chance? Any must read authors or series?

I’ve been reading Elizabeth Moon’s “Vatta’s War” series, which is military science fiction with a strong female protagonist. I’m also reading Linnea Sinclair’s futuristic romances, which are entirely different but I think Song of Scarabaeus straddles these two sub-genres.

DFT: What is your definition of a “bad writing day”? How do you deal with bad writing days?

A bad writing day is one where I delete 10,000 words from the previous two weeks because I realize it’s not working. That’s pretty disheartening. There’s only one way to deal with it – keep writing!

DFT: Do you have a particular writing process or any writing rituals?

I sit at the computer and write. It’s that simple: get words on the page. I worked for many years as an editor, and while many of the skills required for editing are useful to a writer, I also found it was holding me back. I could never leave a paragraph or a sentence alone until it was edited to perfection. This is a bad thing when you’re trying to complete a first draft. I’m still learning that I have to just write it and leave it alone, however bad it seems, knowing I can come back later and fix it.

DFT: Describe yourself in 5 words.

Excited about my new book!

DFT: What is your favorite fairy tale, and why?

Fairytale heroines generally seem a bit passive to me, so I’m not sure I could name a favorite. What I liked most about those stories were the wonderful illustrations in the books I grew up with. The one that sticks in my mind is Rumpelstiltskin, which is surely one of the least romantic fairytales, but the miller’s daughter struck me as a resourceful woman making the best of a bad situation. Our edition of that book had a memorable picture of the goblin spinning straw into gold, with no mention of magic, so the young scientist in me wondered how that was physically possible.

DFT: Thanks Sara for taking the time to stop by.

GIVEAWAY GUIDELINES:

One lucky commenter will have a chance to win a copy of Song of Scarabaeus.

To enter, leave a comment below answering the following question:

Who is your favorite sci-fi hero or heroine (from books, TV, or movies), and why?

1. +1 entry for answering the question (required).

2. +2 entries for becoming a follower of this blog and Dark Faerie Tales on Twitter.

3. +3 entries for tweeting about this contest, blogging about it, linking via your sidebar etc…(please tell me where!).

4. Giveaway is open to everyone.

5. Please include your email address in your comment.

6. Giveaway ends Friday, June 11th at 11:59 PM EST.

7. The winner will be picked with the help of Random.org.

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32 Responses to “Author Interview & Giveaway: Song of Scarabaeus by Sara Creasy

  1. Carol ThompsonNo Gravatar
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    My favorite sci-fi hero might seem unusual but he has remained in my mind for many years. R. Daneel Olivaw from Isaac Asimov’s Robots series.

    I think he was the first believable robot ever written about who really seemed to have a personality and could make you suspend your disbelief. If he was real I would have loved to meet him.

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  2. Eva SBNo Gravatar
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    I think my favourite scifi hero is Leto Atreides II from Dune. He just seemed so sure of himself in a quiet way both spiritual and a great political leader.

    I’m a follower of this blog and Dark Faerie Tales on Twitter. @EVA_n_essence

    I tweeted
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    I posted on my sidebar

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  3. SimchaNo Gravatar
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    Since I just read The Left Hand of Darkness I’m going to go with Estraven as my favorite scifi hero. He’s just a really admirable character in his loyalty and to his country and friends and his willingness to risk his own life to right any wrongs he think he may have done.

    I’m an old follower.
    FortyTwoSciFi-Fantasy@Hotmail.

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  4. jedisakoraNo Gravatar
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    Great interview. ^^ Being the star wars geek that i am i have to say Obi-Wan Kenobi. No-one can beat him in my opinion. He cool, collected, and yes he makes mistakes, but he learns from them. ^^ Plus i have to credit him with getting me into reading. After watching the prequels i wanted to read more of the characters. That got me into the jedi apprentice books which lead to others. And so on and so on. ^^

    Melissa
    I am a old follower
    moc.liamgnull@arokasidej or moc.nsmnull@arokasidej

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  5. FeliciaNo Gravatar
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    I love reading your interviews! You really do have a great way of combining getting to know the author with getting to know the book! I don’t know who is my favorite sci-fi hero because I watch a lot of sci-fi! If I were to go old school, I would have to say Superman (Christopher Reeve style) or now I would have to say Maya from The 4400 (loved that series and thought all of them were sort of super heroes with a twist).

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  6. Kimberly H.No Gravatar
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    My favorite Sci-fi heroine is Alice from the Resident Evil movies. She’s the best zombie killer ever!

    I’m an old follower of your blog & Twitter (@SimmieTaye)

    Tweeted: http://twitter.com/SimmieTaye/status/14428414754

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  7. danielleNo Gravatar
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    Ummm….is Buffy scifi? I’m going with Buffy.

    I’m a follower.

    moc.loanull@87okoleelleinad

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    +1 Malcolm Reynolds from the show Firefly. I love that he is a space cowboy living on the edge…plus he is pretty easy on the eyes :)

    +2 follow here and on twitter @throuthehaze

    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  9. Raquel Vega-GriederNo Gravatar
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    1. +1 My Favorite Sci-Fi Heroine Is Melanie Stryder/Wanda From The Book The Host By Stephenie Meyer. What They Go Through In This Book I Am Not Sure Anyone Could Handle. The Strength And The Passion Of Feelings Makes Melanie Stryder/Wanda A Great Heroine In My Eyes.
    2. +2 I Am Already A Follower Of This Blog (Skyla11377) And Dark Faerie Tales On Twitter (@skyla11377).
    3. +3 I Tweeted About This Giveaway (@skyla11377).
    http://twitter.com/skyla11377/status/14436053401
    +3 I Blooged About This Giveaway.
    http://skyla11377.blogspot.com/2010/05/dark-faerie-talescom.html
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  10. MargNo Gravatar
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    One of my favorite sci-fi heroines would have to be Aeryn Sun from Farscape because she was tough, brave and could totally kick some alien ass. Also, I loved how her character developed and how the love story between her and John Crichton unfolded.

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  11. Alex (Tales of a Teenage Book Lover)No Gravatar
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    My favorite sci-fi hero is Cinna from the Hunger Games because he is… fabulous! (+1)
    I follow here and on twitter (+2)
    Tweet http://twitter.com/TeenageBkLvr/status/14449310636 (+3)

    Alex
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  12. Robin KNo Gravatar
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    That’s actually I really hard question. Does Electra count? If so she is my pick :) Or Laura Croft! Wait no, Evangeline Stone from Three Days to Dead!

    +1 entry for answering the question
    +2 follower of this blog and on Twitter
    +3 http://twitter.com/IntenseWhisper/status/14456367598

    robin [at] intensewhisper [dot] com

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  13. JessicaNo Gravatar
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    +1 My favorite sci-fi hero or heroine is Buffy the Vampire Slayer because she kicks butt with an attitude.
    +2 Already a Follower of blog & on Twitter
    +3 http://twitter.com/booksake/status/14462608253
    booksake(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  15. Martha LawsonNo Gravatar
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    My favorite would be Harry Dresden from the tv show the Dresden Files, because he is sexy!!

    I follow on gfc

    mlawson17 at hotmail dot

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  16. Van P.No Gravatar
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    I love peter, walter and olivia from Fringe :D

    +1 comment
    +2 blog and twitter follower (vanpham88)
    +3 twittered the contest : http://twitter.com/vanpham88/status/14474907956

    van
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    Olivia Dunham from Fringe.
    +1 Comment
    +2 Blog Follower
    +3 twittered Author Interview & Giveaway: Song of Scarabaeus by Sara Creasy | Dark Faerie Tales http://bit.ly/9xJAvK 2 minutes ago via TweetMeme

    moc.liamgnull@ymmom4emit

    This book looks like a great read!

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  18. LlehnNo Gravatar
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    I love Buffy because she’s an alpha female who is also vulnerable :D

    I’m following your blog.

    lesly7ch(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. JulianneNo Gravatar
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    Congrats on the publishing deal, Sara! I would so love to see more books like yours on the shelves, you have no idea. :) Good luck to you with it!

    My favorite SF hero is Valentine, from Robert Silverberg’s great “Lord Valentine” series, and for a heroine…hm…
    And Soz from Catharine Asaro’s Primary Inversion. She may be a little damaged, but she rocks. :)

    Angela, I’m a follower of your blog and your twitter feeds.

    I tweeted this interview here:
    https://twitter.com/juliannewrites

    I’ve also put up a blog post about it, and am adding it to my blog and blog sidebar as we speak. That’s here: http://julismapsroom.blogspot.com/

    and my address is sistertyme-at-yahoo.com
    Have a good one, and again, best of luck, Sara! :)

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  20. MirandaNo Gravatar
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    Leeloo! When I think of sci-fi she is always the first thing that comes to mind.

    I follow your blog and have added this contest to my side bar as: 6/11 • Song of Scarabaeus

    Thanks for the change to win this cool new book and discover another author!

    mdwartistry at yahoo dot com

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  21. Giada M.No Gravatar
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    I love Peter from Fringe! Why? He’s too handsome! :P

    blog and twitter follower (Giada Mariani / @hatshepsut0011)

    Thank you for the interesting interview and giveaway! :)

    Giada M.

    fabgiada @ gmail.com

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  22. LainaNo Gravatar
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    Oh, goodness, I’m not huge into science fiction right now… no, wait, dystopian is sci-fi… Gina from Red by Jordin Summer. Or Eve Dallas from the In Death series if she counts. Because they both kick butt.

    +2 I’m a blog follower and a twitter follower. :)

    +3 I blogged here http://bookcontestlinks.blogspot.com/2010/05/may-29th-2010.html

    moc.liamgnull@2131aniaL

    Great contest!!

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  23. Robin S.No Gravatar
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    I really enjoyed this interview and as a result I am adding this book to my TBR mountain which stands at 1675 on the wps file I created for this and I am still finding books so it grows by leaps and bounds. I will look for you on Twitter and facebook so I can follow there and through google I am following this blog.

    I’m not sure who my favorite scifi hero is because I lean more to fantasy but Acorna, The Unicorn Girl that Anne MacCaffrey wrote with another author might fit this category, you decide on that.

    Twitter id is ladybirdrobi
    Robin
    moc.loanull@3dribibboR

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  24. mishaNo Gravatar
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    Who is your favorite sci-fi hero or heroine (from books, TV, or movies), and why?
    bartemius frm the bartemius trilogy because he is funny.

    i am a blog follower.
    moc.liamgnull@yramahsim

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  25. Ruth (Book Focus)No Gravatar
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    So annoying! Wrote a big long comment then it was eaten. Grrr.

    +1 Riddick from PITCH BLACK or, if the HUNGER GAMES counts as sci-fi, then Katniss. Kicks butt, and does the best she can in crap situations. What else can I say?
    +2 Blog follower
    +2 Twitter follower
    +3 Tweeted: http://twitter.com/phyntosia/status/15406614167

    Email: kiwibooklover at gmail dot com

    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  26. Kelli NashNo Gravatar
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    Ian from The Host. Does that count?
    +1 question
    +2 blog follower

    Kelli Nash
    moc.liamgnull@gnidaerebrehtardluowi

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  27. Victoria ZumbrumNo Gravatar
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    I have no favorite heroine but I do love Edward in twilight. He loves Bella so much that he does not want to change her. moc.loanull@329eroT

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  28. Amanda-LeeNo Gravatar
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    I really like Estraven from left hand of Darkness, he came across as really edgy and interesting and with all the honour in the world it made him my kind of guy :)

    moc.liamgnull@sweiver.sgniw

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  29. TineNo Gravatar
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    I really like the whole crew from FRIEFLY, especially Jayne. Such a shame that it was early cancelled. I loved the whit and sarcasm!

    Thanks for the interview and the contast!

    ed.liamtohnull@68_enit

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  30. Stella (Ex Libris)No Gravatar
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    Who is your favorite sci-fi hero or heroine (from books, TV, or movies), and why? Liz Parker from Roswell. Actually she is a changed human (was dying due to an errant shot and an alien healed her and because of thsi she started to develop some powers of her own). I love her because she is utterly loyal slefless to her friends, reliable and the strong center of their group. She is steady one, the one who believes in everyone, who gives her unconditional support, the best friend one could ask for.

    +1 entry for answering the question

    +2 entries for already being a follower of this blog and following Dark Faerie Tales on Twitter.

    +3 entries for tweeting here: http://twitter.com/Stella_ExLibris/status/15858448810
    and posting on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000899165880&v=wall&story_fbid=110854795627112&ref=mf

    Thanks for the interview and this great giveaway!

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  31. DarlynNo Gravatar
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    +1 This is hard.I’ll choose will smith from I, Robot.He’s determined to solve mysteries and always have some sort of humor when he’s suppose to be serious

    +2 blog follower and twitter follower @darlyn5

    +3 twitted here http://twitter.com/darlyn5/status/15915917758

    darlyn225 at gmail dot com

    thanks!

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    i will have to say that Nykyrian and C.I. Syn from the League of Assassin’s by Sherrilynn Kenyon are my favorite Sci-Fi characters. They are the universe’s best assassin and thief, but they are loyal when it comes to those they love.

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