Author Interview: Gwenda Bond
Two things I love: Serial Box and Gwenda Bond. While at YallWest, I got to chat with Gwenda about ReMade and her newly announced Serial, Dear Air, plus comics and her incredible activism work. Oh, and her pets because if you’re not following her Instastories, you’re missing out on the pet soap opera.
Category: New Adult, Mystery
Publication: August 1st, 2018; Serial Box Publishing
Purchase: Serial Box
A murder. A confession. A case closed quick as it opened. Too bad, so sad, what can you do? If you’re Mackenzie Walker, you start digging.
Ever since her cousin died of an overdose, Mackenzie Walker has been obsessed with death. A totally healthy obsession, of course. So healthy that she’s started an amateur investigation into the 18-year-old murder of one of Kentucky’s wealthiest horsewomen. An investigation that she’s broadcasting it as it unfolds on Dead Air, her college radio show.
The death of Peg Graham was solved with the confession of a lovesick employee, but Mackenzie sees mystery everywhere and can’t help but wonder. The thing is, it doesn’t take much digging for her to start finding tantalizing clues, along with Graham’s tantalizing son, Ryan. Together, they are determined to find the truth. Unless it gets them killed. Secrets get buried for a reason, after all.
Interview: Gwenda Bond
I write books. My work includes the Lois Lane series (Fallout, Double Down, and Triple Threat), which brings the iconic comic book character front and center in her own YA novels, and the Cirque American series (Girl on a Wire, Girl Over Paris, and Girl in the Shadows), about daredevil heroines who discover magic and mystery lurking under the big top. I also co-write the the Supernormal Sleuthing Service with my husband author Christopher Rowe. My first mystery project for adults, Dead Air, written with Carrie Ryan and Rachel Caine, releases in August. In 2019? Stranger Things.
Hi! I write books. Some are about Lois Lane, circuses, and a hotel for monsters. I’m also writing a Stranger Things prequel out in 2019. Next up is a co-written serialized mystery novel and podcast Dead Air: https://t.co/ZyXPNUGdQP
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— Gwenda Bond (@Gwenda) June 12, 2018