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SEAWITCH mass market proof now stands at 2/3 complete. I should finish tomorrow and be able to start on new projects on Friday. Hurray!
I simply don’t know what to say in response to this extraordinary review of Seawitch (and the Greywalker series) by Paul Goat Allen at Barnes & Noble’s Explorations blog. I’m flattered and utterly undone. After reading the seventh installment of … Continue reading
“This is a unique urban fantasy series that never disappoints.” Quite a nice review of Seawitch from SciFiChick today. Hurray! If you’d like to see more reviews, take a peek at the Seawitch book page.
For those of you who couldn’t come to the reading at the University Book Store or elsewhere, the wonderful Shawn Speakman recorded my reading in Seattle for Suvudu.com. Use the link above if the video isn’t running here correctly. Shawn … Continue reading
The delightful Mary Robinette Kowal has posted “My Favorite Bit” of Seawitch on her journal today! Go read it and giggle.
Well, with less than a week to the official launch of Seawitch, I’m starting to get excited and exhausted already. The official book launch will be at Powell’s at Cedar Hills Crossing, in Beaverton Oregon on August 7 at 7 … Continue reading
The folks at All Things Urban Fantasy are featuring my Seawitch tour of Shilshole Bay Marina for Deadly Destinations. Go visit and you could win a copy of the book!
I’ve just agreed to a signing at Mysterious Galaxy in Redondo Beach on August 12 at 2:30 pm. Details and links are on the Tour page and on the calendar. Also, as you know, your book isn’t really officially reviewed until … Continue reading
Seawitch now has it’s first official review at Fresh Fiction–and it’s quite nice, thank you!
Although I still haven’t fixed the breadcrumb menu problem, the SEAWITCH page is now up on my site! And you can read Chapter One! Go forth and read, then spread the word!
And now, the SEAWITCH proof is all done and the changes, scanned, saved and e-mailed back to the publisher. Mwahahahahahaha…. DONE!