Saturday, 5 September 2009

Out with the old and in with the new

It's been a while since I updated my biog, so today I have done just that. No longer a teacher (although I'm still heavily involved with schools) I am now a full-time writer (when I'm not playing the part of Daddy Daycare).

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Danny said...

Hi Jonathan,

I've just received review copies of the new Fighting Fantasy books (including of course your Stormslayer!) and will be reviewing them this week for Sci-Fi Online, the UK's leading Telefantasy and Cult website. (

I just wondered if you'd be interested in participating in a brief interview to promote the range on Sci-Fi Online? I'd just e-mail you a few questions and you can answer them at your leisure.

If you're up for it, please get in touch with me at and I'll e-mail you back with the questions.

Thanks in advance!

Danny Salter

kingfede said...

Hello Mr Greeen!

My name is Federico, and I'm one of the members of the Italian site Librogame's Land, which is one of the most important sites for gamebook fans in Italy.
Just like many others here, I really enjoyed Howl of the Werewolf (which is in my opinion one of the best gamebooks ever) and I'm waiting for my copy of Stormslayer... I hope it arrives soon! :)

I contact you not only to give you my appreciation to your work (I really liked every of your gamebooks) but also to ask you an important question. The Italian gamebook fans community would be really pleased if you'd be so kind to grant us a brief interview for our online magazine, "LGL magazine": just a few questions to let all Italian fans your work, to discuss with your abut the important Fighting Fantasy relaunch and the publication of Stormslayer, and to ask you some of our curiosities about your gamebooks. Unfortunately none of your gamebooks has been translated and published in Italy, and only a part of us has been able to get and read your books in the original edition, so we think this could be an interesting way to let all Italian fans fully know you.

If you are interested in this simple project, send me an e-mail to my account:

Thank you very much for your attention. And again, compliments for your excellent work!

Best regards,

P.S. sorry if this message comes more than once, I have some problems with my computer... I wonder if in Allansia things are simplier without all this stuff! :D

P.P.S. sorry if I did any grammar mistakes...