So this week I was reading The Boy Who Lost Fairyland, the next-to-last entry in Catherynne M. Valente’s “Fairyland” series (not counting a couple of interstitial short stories):
So this week I was reading The Lost Fleet: Fearless, by Jack Campbell, which is the follow-up to The Lost Fleet: Dauntless.
So remember a while back when I said I was waiting for the artwork for my new novel Father’s Books as well as for my reissue of Night Watchman, which became orphaned after Mundania Press abruptly shut down operations last year? And how I said I wasn’t going to release the books until I had … Continue reading Limited Edition “Father’s Books” Cover! Get It While It’s Limited! Get It While It’s A Cover!
The Invasion of the Tearling: Well, I haven’t quit reading it yet! Actually so far this book is a big improvement over the first one. It helps that the Queen of the Tearling, Kelsea, is spending less time looking at herself in the mirror, moping over her appearance, and acting stupid (though she could hardly spend … Continue reading Teaser Tuesday 2/28/2017: “The Invasion of the Tearling”
So the astute reader, or at least those without short-term memory loss, may remember that a few weeks ago, before I got all sidetracked by Shards‘s unexpected nomination as a Pitch Perfect Pick over at Undeground Book Reviews (which it won — thanks everybody!), I mentioned that I had started working on my next project. That … Continue reading Teaser Tuesday 2/21/2017: “Invasion of the Tearling”
Having recently finished (more or less) getting Television Man out the door, I’m taking a little break before starting my next project (because of course I have one) to do something I haven’t done in the past — ask indie book blogs for reviews. For those who might be looking to do the same, there’s a … Continue reading “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” Board Game: Halloween
No, not this:
So, this arrived in the mail last week:
So just before the end of 2016, I finally finished what is surely almost definitely probably the final major editing draft on Television Man, my dark fantasy novel which is sort-of set in the Adirondack park of upstate New York. And you know what that means: It’s time to prepare and lay out the ebook … Continue reading New Year? New Project!
So this week I’ve been reading The Complete Midshipman Bolitho, by Alexander Kent, which is an omnibus of three short novels about Richard Bolitho and his adventures in the Royal Navy. I keep wanting to call him Midshipman Bolingo, but that is something completely different.