All in all, Tara and I had a pretty good weekend. I got to put some faces and voices to folks that had been names on a screen, met some new folks, and sit in on some interesting panels.
I will be doing some signings and a couple of what look-to-be interesting panels — one zombie-related, the other urban fantasy. Works.
May possibly have video to share, but will definitely have pictures for sure.
Have an awesome 4th!
I got the chance to take an early look at Jon Del Arroz’s latest book, “For Steam and Country”, and it’s a dandy. If you’re into steampunk and acts of derring-do, the book is right up your alley. Jon is one of sci-fi’s up-and-coming new voices, and he’s a big proponent of keeping fiction fun. I think that’s something we can all get behind.
I asked Jon if I he’d be willing to do an interview to help promote his new release, and he happily obliged.
If Helen of Troy was the face that launched a thousand ships, this is the sort of review that makes you want to write three or four more pages. Books, even. 😉
The audiobook of Fade is now available on Audible, Amazon, and, at some point, iTunes. Enjoy!
Walking pneumonia is not fun. Spent most of the early part of last week feeling like a zombie (and acting like one, according to my better half.) I’m feeling much better, though I’ve still got a bit of a cough. Being sick in the summer is just not right.
The Audible version of ‘Fade’ is a wrap and should be available soon. The hamsters have been whirring away for a while – hopefully it will be popping up any day now.
Alfred Genesson over at The Injustice Gamer put out his choices for the 2017 Dragon Awards. I’m honored and elated that he tabbed “A Place Outside The Wild” for best post-apocalyptic novel. Just to be nominated is a huge honor.
Speaking of, nominations for the Dragon are still open, still free, and still here. You still have until July 24 to get your picks in.
I’m just shy of halfway through the first draft of “A Place Called Hope”, Z-Day Book 2. Fingers crossed, it’ll be out this fall.