Would you short introduce yourself?
You bet! My name is Hank Woon, and who I am and what my relationship is with Redbrick Limited can be found on their website.
When and how did you come to write "Dark Shadows of Yesterday?"
What's the actual state of the novel?
I finished the novel 58 days after starting. The draft was already finished before I began, in my mind at least, so all I had to do was get it out of me and into print (it also helped that while writing it I was taking 2 literature classes at
I know that it’s hard to tell us a release date, but approximately when could it come out?
Hm…well, it could come out very soon. Redbrick doesn’t like to set dates, because that could lead to disappointment if something changes, but the novel is all done, there is an awesome cover done by the mega-talented Kathy Schad (see preview), and it’s just basically awaiting approval from the fine folks at FASA.
You already offered a small piece of information about the content in the interview about the Cathay sourcebook. It will be about the merchant Daylen Jagaro. What else can you tell us about the book?
When writing it, I realized that it would be the first glimpse of Cathay for many readers, so the story is Daylen’s first adventure in this new land. Readers will learn about
Thank you very much and good luck with the novel, I can't wait to read it.
You’re welcome, and thanks for the interest. I hope you enjoy it!