You know you want to listen to me talk for an hour…

I was a guest on Swoops World Internet Radio last week, and it was amazing. I can’t thank either of the hosts enough for having me, it was a really cool show and they asked some amazing questions about A Good and Useful Hurt, those dudes did their homework! To listen, just click below. C’mon, you know you’re bored at work, and if you’ve read the book, this gives some really cool insight. Check it out!

http://www.swoopsworld.com/2012/aric-davis-and-justin-soileau-on-primetime/

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6 Responses to You know you want to listen to me talk for an hour…

  1. Renee says:

    Aric, I picked up Nickel Plated in the teen fiction section at the library today. I just finished. The only books I ever read in one day are Palhaniuk books. I just wanted you to know that I really enjoyed it. I don’t even know why I picked it up I didn’t even read the back of it first. I am glad I brought it home. I am excited to see you have more work available. I’m going to be adding this one to my personal library very soon.

    • admin says:

      Cool! I’m so glad that you found it at your library and enjoyed it, libraries are the best for finding new authors. Thanks for stopping by!

    • Josh says:

      Aric, I picked up Nickel Plated in the teen foitcin section at the library today. I just finished. The only books I ever read in one day are Palhaniuk books. I just wanted you to know that I really enjoyed it. I don’t even know why I picked it up I didn’t even read the back of it first. I am glad I brought it home. I am excited to see you have more work available. I’m going to be adding this one to my personal library very soon.

  2. Wiener says:

    I totally agree with her, esalcipely about him needing a series! I want more of Nickel! I just ate this book up today (yes, it’s a wee bit close to my review deadline *cough tomorrow cough*) but I just had to stop by and say how awesome it was and I just fell in love with Nickel’s character, someone who is so adult but not and really is making a difference the way he thinks he can. Anyways, I’ll obviously have a review up tomorrow, if I can think up a more decent way to express how much I really truly loved this book.

  3. greg lewis says:

    Hi Aric, would you please give me contact info, am hoping you might be able/willing to help with a library promotion. Thanks!

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