Monthly Archives: July 2011
Finally crossed the 10K word mark on the current Work in Progress (which may be titled “seawitch” with a working title of “ghost ship”). I’m hoping to cross 20K by the end of the month, but I don’t really expect … Continue reading
Hey Minions (those of you who’ve read the book): which part should I read next Tuesday at the book launch?
I did a Deadly Destinations guest blog at All Things Urban Fantasy and it went live yesterday while I was in the hospital having my gall bladder removed. Needless to say, the blog, about Lake Crescent area where DOWNPOUR is … Continue reading
According to Recorded Books, the audio version of Downpour should be available on September 18, 2011! Audible is usually available just a few days earlier, so if you’re an audio reader, get ready to pounce!
Today was cool: Boxes full of DOWNPOUR hardcovers and new LABYRINTH paperbacks arrived today! And I had my hair cut: Yes, I know a few people will make noises about butchering my long hair (no Jim Butcher jokes here, please) … Continue reading
Downpour now has two online reviews that I’ve been made aware of with the latest coming from Leslee at Night Owl Paranormal. I’m very pleased.
Downpour must be officially a real genre book, now, because it’s received its first review–by the infamous Harriet Klasuner–and its got all the crunchy goodness you’ve come to expect from a Klausner review, from illogical sentences in badly translated English, … Continue reading