The thing about doing a spate of interviews in a row, as I have for DOGS, is that the same questions turn up so often. This presents a problem. One doesn't want to sound too "canned," and yet there really is only one truthful answer to some questions ("When and why did you start writing?") So I vary the presentation a little, search my memory for new details, try not to be too boring.
John Scalzi's website, however, avoids all these problems by having a sort of interview theme. Called "The Big Idea," he asks authors with books coming out, or recently out, to say whatever they like about the ideas behind those books. He has Cory Doctorow, Lewis Shiner, and a host of others. My idea-behind-the-book is currently up for DOGS, at http://scalzi.com/whatever/?p=962 It's especially interesting that, as with this blog, people can leave comments.
And while I'm talking about my own interviews (WARNING: Shameless self-promotion ahead), the new SFWA Nebula Awards site has one at http://www.nebulaawards.com/index.php/interview/nancy_kress/
On a less self-involved topic: I'd like to recommend the new book THE INTROVERT ADVANTAGE, by Marti Olsen Laney. Despite an overly chirpy style (the curse of pop psych books), it has interesting information on how the brain scans and neurotransmitter use of introverted people differ from those of extroverts. Good stuff.