Monthly Archives: March 2009

Congrats to Rob Thurman!

It seems that Ms. Thurman’s new book, DEATHWISH, has cracked the NYT mass market paperback list at #26! Now, do I not tell you guys to go read her books? Huh? Don’t I? See what badgering people does? It gets … Continue reading

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Do You DRM? No, Thank You

My fellow SFNovelist, Simon Haynes has a very interesting interview with himself up on his site about DRM and free ebooks.  See… Simon has  a thriving series of comic SF books in Australia, Hal Spacejock, whose success outside Oz has … Continue reading

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Copyedits and Word Files (bleh)

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What, who? Me? *flail*

Well, umm… so… it appears that Underground has been nominated for Best Novel at the Chronic Rift Roundtable awards. Hehe…. I’m terrible about listening to podcasts–no I don’t know why, I just am. It’s kind of like picking up my … Continue reading

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Attack of the Killer Book Trailer–part deux!

The world’s funniest book trailers are back for more. Mario Acevedo has a new trailer for his upcoming Felix Gomez vampire detective book. Once again the Lego-insanity has been produced by his talented son, Emiliano, and features the music of … Continue reading

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Gasping for Air, I Burst to the Surface…

of my normal life. The copyedit is done and shipped. As soon as I manage to finish a cup of tea and medicating the ferret, I’m going to take a shower. this involves walking up the dock to the parking … Continue reading

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