|15 Oct 2000|| Christina|
The story ends at the last page, yes, but another might begin right there. Maybe I will write a sequel, maybe not. That is, it is possible to make a sequel but not necessary. Hope that answer was good enough...
|23 Feb 2001|| Nadia E. Eisner|
Wow, I like what "Black Fire" has so far.
Congrats on being writer of the day! I was featured yesterday. ;P I want to add more to my library, but my computer went boom.
Oh well. Keep writing!
|2 May 2001|| Andreas Jan Peter Holmberg|
I have due to my poor student economy not bought the book, (Sorry...
But I have borrowed it from the library. I am kinda curious of the translation from "vingbärare" to "lightbringer"... What is so wrong with Wingbearer? Anyway... To all swedish people: Jag vill rekommendera den här boken till alla som söker något nytt och unikt, men samtidigt är kräsna när det gäller kvalitet och komplexitet i handlingen. Jag blev positivt överraskad!
|3 May 2001|| Christina|
Thanks a lot for your comment, Andreas. you make me very happy! But I want to clarify that the story "Lightbringer" has nothing to do with "Black Fire" or the characters in it. "Vingbärare" is Wing Knight in English; that isn't too bad, huh? I thought Wingbearer sounded less ... um ... well ...
|6 Sep 2001|| Rebekah Humphrey|
i am trying to write a fantasy book. I have decided to set myself to writing at least 6 pages every 2 weeks and I will give these pages to my friends so I will keep writing. I just wanted to know if there is any advise to be given in writing books
|3 Dec 2001|| Elizabet|
I was in the library one day, and I were looking for a good fantasybook to read, when i first laid my eyes on "svart eld". i couldn´t stop reading it, and i must say that you are a brilliant writer! i was a bit confused in the end, but i understood it after a while. just one question: was ulven really in love with jarga? My hope is to one day, also become a fantasywriter, i write a lot, it´s one of the most important things that keeps me going in life. It´s my drug, once i start, i just can´t stop... does it ever happen to you? thanks for writing this glorious book!!
|11 Dec 2001|| Christina E. Brönnestam|
I am happy that you like the book!
Yes, writing is a drug to me too, and once you have got the taste for it, you want more and more ...
I could give you an answer to your other question about the characters, but I prefer to do that in private e-mail to avoid spoilers on this page.
|25 Mar 2002|| Elizabeth 'Celesta' Kretzschmar|
*grins* I sorta refuse to read the prologue and part one before I know this.. Is there any chance of it being published in English? (I regretfully only know that one language well enough to actually enjoy a book written in it) Just curious ^.^ Because.. I would be rather put out of I didn't get to read the rest =D Christina E. Brönnestam
replies: "You know, I should gather comments like yours - because I have received many of them here and in mails - and send them to a publisher together with the manuscript ... but the real problem here is that fantasy editors seldom are those who understand Swedish. The chances would be so much bigger if I could make a good translation BEFORE I try to submit the novel. So all I need is a skilled translator ..."
|3 Apr 2002|| Elizabeth 'Celesta' Kretzschmar|
*sighs* Maybe I should make that my life goal.. become an editor that translates books from other languages. *sighs again* Ah well. ^.^ Best wishes on the novel you are currently working on =D
|14 Sep 2002|| Omri Gottlib|
Liked lightbringer. I enjoyed reading it. Check mine out and ,let me know what u think. It would really be appreciated. later