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Tag Archives: The Many Earths
…was completely ignored by my godson during trick-or-treating in favor of his grandma. …watched my godson completely ignore everyone but me during trick-or-treating after his grandma got tired of all the walking and went home. …dressed up as a Star … Continue reading
Video blogger Ross Palmer-Willmott reviews Let No False Angels and five other worthy indie books. My part starts around 1:45. Thank you, Ross!
Today is #IndieBooksBeSeen day over on Twitter. So click over there and discover some deserving authors you’ve never heard of. Like this guy: Let No False Angels is currently on sale at Amazon for Kindle for only $0.99, by the … Continue reading
Black Sails: Finally, pirates I can actually be afraid of and not spend the whole time wanting to smack upside the head for prancing around like a band of hipster LARPers.* The Good Humor Man: The absolute strangest book I … Continue reading
Work, family, and yes, even Star Trek Online have conspired to keep from blogging, making a lot of headway on the next Many Earths novel, and reading that stack of physical books on my nightstand and that queue of e-books … Continue reading
Many thanks to the Sunday Morning Book Thread over at Ace of Spades HQ for featuring not only I Would Like My Bailout in Bacon but also Let No False Angels. I can now say I’ve finally had a Neo … Continue reading
The problem with learning curves is that by the time you finish something, you finally grok what you’re really doing, so you want to go back and do it all over again from the start. That’s why I did the … Continue reading
None of this would have happened but for James Lileks. Seriously. I signed with my first literary agent at 19. Not only had he been an editor before becoming an agent, he had been the one editor I really wanted … Continue reading