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Posted by Holly James

March 24th 2011

Dear Bill, It has been some time since I wrote to you. I just finished reading a biography about Anais Nin written by Deirdre Bair. I was wondering if you have read this and if so what do you think. If not I think you would be interested in this and should write a screenplay of it. My husband worked white her Los Angeles husband for 20 years. 80% of her is so similar to me it is interesting. By the way it is really raining here in Santa Barbra, CA. Holly

William Nicholson responded:

I read Anais Nin's diaries a long time ago, but I've mostly forgotten them. Interesting idea. I'll take a look.

Posted by Sophoan Chant

March 24th 2011

I've enjoyed reading your Wind on Fire trilogy and ready to start on the Noble Warriors trilogy,,,are you planning on coming out with any more fantasy series?

William Nicholson responded:

I'm sure I will, but at present I'm busy on other projects. Maybe next year...

Posted by Vic

March 23rd 2011

At the back of Slaves of the Mastery it says that you have gotten many movie offers for the wind on fire trilogy , are you planning making it into a movie anytime soon?

William Nicholson responded:

Nothing has worked out so far, I'm afraid.

Posted by Lizzie Lambert

March 23rd 2011

Hi Mr Nicholson. I am a great fan of your brilliant Wind on Fire series and I am delighted to have copies of The Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong . I would like to ask if you will kindly consider allowing me signed labels for these titles which are my favourite books. I do hope you view my request favourably as it would be absolutely marvellous for me to have your signature in my collection of your wonderful books. Thank you and best wishes. Lizzie L.

William Nicholson responded:

I'm happy to sign labels or books. Write to my publisher, Egmont - the address is in all the books, on the first page - and give your address, and they'll pass it on to me to send you the signatures.

Posted by Janis Weisbrot

March 21st 2011

Is your 1066 project going forward? I haven't been able to find news more recent than 2009. Thanks.

William Nicholson responded:

Nothing's moving on the project at present. It's big and expensive, which makes it harder. But you never know...

Posted by Nigel Hollinshead

March 17th 2011

When you have written a book do you have the feeling that, even after editing it, in some sense it is a work in progress?

William Nicholson responded:

Yes, but there comes a time when you have to let it go. Even after it's published, you always know you could improve it. No matter: you have to move on. That ship has sailed.