Category Archives: blatant self-promotion
Oh look: The Reading Cafe has a review of Revenant (and a contest that ends today)! Alas, the poor reviewer had to jump in without having read any of the previous books and still liked it.”…an exciting storyline, with a … Continue reading
It appears I have a Big idea, care of the very generous John Scalzi.
I’ve got the original and first revisions of Revenant’s first chapter up in the new Extra Bits! page which you can find at my main site’s Miscellaneous listing. I’ll get the research and photos for Revenant up as soon as I can, … Continue reading
Revenant is out today! and it got a nice review at the Qwillery.
I have my tentative schedule for Dragon*Con–which currently sports 5 panels: two on Friday and three on Sunday. But it is a tentative schedule, no reading or signing stuff is on it yet. I should also have a book table … Continue reading
Ooo… Vampire Book Club is giving away a copy of my new book! See how you can win it! And REVENANT made it onto the Kirkus “Your Best Bets for Speculative Fiction Reads in August” list! Whee!
So, I’ve finished. The first draft of the by-now-infamous Science Fiction police thriller Work in Progress is done. 140,718 words of which I did 6,662 today. Now if I can just figure out how to get Scrivener to stop calling … Continue reading
My author copies of Revenant arrived on Wednesday and I finally got some unboxed today. Not only are they gorgeous, they’re huge! (At least for an Urban Fantasy novel.) At 450 pages, Revenant is almost 100 pages longer than last … Continue reading
I’ve just finished updating the Tour/Appearances page. So, now you know where to find me.
And it’s a doozy! RT Book Reviews has given Revenant the nod as a “Top Pick” in Urban Fantasy for August 2014! (See the actual page below.) And I’m thrilled not only with the 4.5 Stars and the pick, but … Continue reading
A little piece I wrote about legalizing ferrets in California has been published online at Kings River Life Magazine! I also got a box full of Possession paperbacks! Wheee!
In which Lee Child does not kill me for teasing Reacher: