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During my tour in the USA I did a coruscating, in-depth interview with Earl, the Salt Lake City Library spokespuppet. This no-holds-barred gladiatorial inquisition is now available to watch online! You can check it out at www.youtube.com/user/TheCityLibrary, or www.facebook.com/slcpl.
A new Bartimaeus site has been launched by Hyperion, my US publishers! It’s got a sneak preview of the first chapter of The Ring of Solomon (minus a couple of footnotes), the first chapter of The Amulet of Samarkand Graphic Novel to download, a trailer for Solomon and lots of other goodies. Visit it at here.
The Solomon trailer is also available on You Tube. Click here to view it.
Official Heroes of the Valley website
Official Bartimaeus Trilogy website
I recently appeared on the Blue Peter Book Club to answer questions and offer some writing tips. Click here to watch it.
Not long before The Dragon Book is published. Anderson Press are developing a website for it, and you can already download an excerpt from my story (‘Bob Choi’s Last Job’) online. Check it out now at www.thedragonbook.co.uk.
Here’s a link to a Heroes interview I recently did with the Centre for Youth Literature in Melbourne, Australia.
I also did a Heroes-related guest blog for The View from Here online literary magazine. You can find it by clicking here and scrolling down to the bit for December 29th.
Here are links to a recent interview I did with ActuSF in Montreuil last December:
In French: http://www.actusf.com/spip/article-5551.html
In English: http://www.actusf.com/spip/article-5547.html
For quizzes, a reference guide and much more, check out www.bartimaeustrilogy.com
On The Guardian online site . . .
Jonathan's top 10 favourite fantasy books
. . . and two more Guardian interviews . . .
A kind of magic (October 7, 2005)
Airy Escapes (January 12, 2004)
Click here for my interview by Nikki Gamble and Emma Madden for Write Away.
For discussion and debate about every aspect of the Bartimaeus books visit the Bartimaeus Trilogy Forum. I visit the site regularly to answer members’ questions.
For the State Library of Victoria website, click here to hear me and Michael Pryor discuss the Bartimaeus trilogy for Australian fans.
In the US : Hyperion Books for Children
In the UK: Kids at Random House
In Germany: http://www.bartimaeus.de