"I tend to bleed less when I write a book."

from a conversation with Chris Wooding
Chris Wooding grew up in a small town in Leicestershire, England, where not much of anything happened. So he started to write novels. He is the author of the PUSH novels Kerosene and Crashing; as well as the Broken Sky series; Malice and its sequel, Havoc; and the novels The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray, Poison, and The Storm Thief. He lives in England, where his addictions of coffee and anime continue to spiral.

To find out more about Chris Wooding, visit www.chriswooding.com.
Read an excerpt from his book,

Read an excerpt from his book,

A conversation between Chris and PUSHeditor David Levithan.

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