tyleru91 asked: Hello, Mr. Dresden. I'm curious as to why you and Dame Murphy have never shared a soulgaze. Don't mean to overstep boundaries or anything, but it tickles the back of my brain sometimes.
Anonymous asked: Seriously... how are you on the internet without blowing it up somehow?
Two anti-hex circles, one suppression spell, and a partridge in a pear tree.
I’ve answered this question roughly 1.8 gajillion times now. And I can’t blow up the internet. I can, however, blow up what Will and Georgia let me borrow to get ONTO the internet.
Can. Have. Sorry, Will.
noakat asked: Hey, what's the source for your icon art?
That is the very flattering work of talented, kind and lovely Mika Kuloda, whose work you can see in PARANET PAPERS and the cover for DRESDEN LIVES. (Go to Evil Hat’s web thing, www.evilhat.com, to see more.) She and Chris McGrath make me look far, far too good.
Anonymous asked: My dear Harry. In regards of your upcoming case file, do you know whether the audio book version will come out the day the normal book does, like last time, or will it be delayed?
Only by two days, according to my sources inside Penguin.
Yeah. Like I have sources.
Your sources suck, boss. The digital audio (Audible and the like) comes out the same day—May 27th—and physical audio (CDs) come out two days later on the 29th.
Her sources are better than mine, huh, TOOT.
Anonymous asked: In "Changes" when Lea enchants your clothes, she tells you the enchantment ends at noon with the implication it would be midnight if it was a Summer enchanter. I'm not not quite getting what the significance of those times are as relates to each Court. I know fae aren't exactly forthcoming about the way they do things, but any thoughts there?
Remember the Winter Queen is also called The Queen of Air and Darkness. So midnight is the height of power in the mortal realm for Winter, just like Winter Solstice is the annual pinnacle. Stands to reason, then, that noon is the nadir.