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Posted by Carrie

June 26th 2010

Mr. Nicholson, I don't really have a question, just wanted to say how much I love your Wind on Fire Trilogy! Every once in a while I pop over to this site to see if there's any news on a new book or possibly a film coming out, and I always find that you take the time to answer all the questions pouring in. If just sharing your wonderful stories wasn't enough, you've also inspired us with insights on how to be better writers and imagine new worlds and possibilities. I'm just out of college, and sometimes the real world tries to dampen my spirits, but a dose of a book like the Windsinger reminds me there's more out there. Just thought I would add to the stream of compliments to make sure you keep those stories coming! -Carrie

William Nicholson responded:

Please don't let the real world get you down. It's a long game we're playing, and with stamina and a good heart you'll do what you want to do. Remember, most people give up: so the ones who keep going win.

Posted by Mary Genthner

June 25th 2010

Hi William, I am interested in receiving an ARC of Rich and Mad for review purposes. I currently write reviews for the following : Swaptree.com, The Waldo Independent and the Republican Journal. If this sounds feasible I can be contacted at this email address or at the below info. I would be more than happy to supply you and your publishers with a link to my review. Thank You Mary Genthner 83 Marsh Rd. Belfast, ME 04915 585.773.5199

William Nicholson responded:

I'll pass your details on to the publisher.

Posted by SHARON

June 22nd 2010

Is there a fourth book in the Noble Warriors series (another after Noman)?

William Nicholson responded:

No, that's the last one.

Posted by Sara Grochowski

June 21st 2010

I just wanted to let you know that I'm extremely excited about your novel RICH AND MAD. I live in the the US, so I'll have to wait until September to read it, but it looks fabulous. After snooping around your website, I stumbled across your "Why I wrote it" section, which has even further piqued my interest. This week on my book blog (The Hiding Spot) I featured RICH AND MAD as the Cover of the Week. If you're interested, the post can be viewed here: http://tinyurl.com/34jkaws. September can't come soon enough!

William Nicholson responded:

Thanks for spreading the word. Let me know what you think when you read it.

Posted by jan castillo

June 20th 2010

where'd you get the morah's name?

William Nicholson responded:

I don't really know. Maybe it comes from one of my pet themes, which is that our consumer society makes us always want more, and that in itself causes most of our ills. But there was no conscious process - it just felt right.

Posted by Moonsik Chung

June 20th 2010

I am very excited to know The Noble Warriors is going to make a movie. My question is which studio is preparing for this project? Are you participating screenplay too?

William Nicholson responded:

I'm afraid it doesn't look like it's going to happen. The studio is/was Sony, but the project is currently going nowhere. The screenplay has been written by me.