Ask Mira Grant anything you want about Feed

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In May, the io9 Book Club read Mira Grant's Feed. Now Grant is coming to answer your questions about the book today, June 6.

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She'll be popping into the comment thread on this very post today, June 6, between 4:30 and 5:30 Pacific Time. Start posting your questions for her now, and she'll answer as many as she can.

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Please be polite!

NOTE: If you're wondering what this whole io9 Book Club thing is all about, you can read about our past meetings here. We meet once per month to discuss a book, and then the author joins us for a chat. In June, we're meeting on the 28th to discuss The Quantum Thief by Hannu Rajaniemi.

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DISCUSSION

Dr Emilio Lizardo

I'm not a big zombie fan but I really enjoyed this book. I think I read it in about three days which is fast for me. Deadiine is in my Amazon cart as we speak just waiting to accumulate enough to get the free shipping.

I read somewhere that you cried when you wrote the part where George died and I felt that served you right because I got choked up to. I've also read that a lot of authors seem to lose control of characters and what ends up on the page is almost beyond their control. Did you make the decision to kill off your main viewpoint character right from the start or did the book demand it? Was it calculated or did it just kind of happen?

Congratulations on the Hugo nomination!