SR: What are some of the titles in your current TRB pile?
BK: Oh my gosh, I’m a BookCrosser. I don’t have a TBR pile so much as a landmark that I refer to as Mount TBR. I have a pile of books that I plan to read and review for Flayrah and my blog, so that’s a more manageable list. As a Furry, my list starts with classics like “Wind in the Willows” and then it includes future furry classics like “Always Gray in Winter” by Mark Engels. I also make it a point to include the furry anthologies that I come across (or I am in). I try to mix in non-furry books between each book from my chosen niche as a sorbet of sorts… mostly mystery or science fiction.
SR: What book are you currently reading?
BK: My day job’s owner assigned me a book to read, a non-fiction about managing things in an orderly fashion. I expect to be horrified before I finish and am currently turning the pages with a stick.
SR: What do you hope to add to your TBR pile soon and why?
BK: Saladin Ahmed‘s sequel to Throne of the Crescent Moon. It was a great novel and a refreshing fantasy setting after so many white washed Middle Eastern settings.
SR: Which author do you want to see have a new book out soon?
BK: Saladin Ahmed… he’s been doing a lot of great comic books lately, but it’s been five years since his first novel. I crave the remaining!!!
Bill talks about COLD BLOOD: Fatal Fables here / Return to Issue Menu
When he is not looking in the mirror, Bill Kieffer is actually a 6 foot tall gray anthropomorphic draft horse that types as Greyflank. He is a member of the Furry Writers Guild and has recently published short stories in several Furry anthologies. Past writing credits include comic books like “Billy Joe Van Helsing: Red Neck Vampire Hunter.” More recent publications include half a dozen short stories in various anthologies and The Goat: Building the Perfect Victim, which was released in October 2016 and won the Cóyotl Award the same year for best novella.
Out Now! Cold Blood: Fatal Fables from Jaffa Press.
Cover design by Lew Delport (@EvilViergacht on Twitter and Viergacht on Deviant Art).