So one thing about the Con(vention) business is one gradually develops a family. One of the really good folks in the fam, Dorothy Grant (spouse of the indomitable Peter), took up the writing gig a relatively short time ago. Her latest book is out now on Amazon, and having heard the pitch I recommend adding it to the “Nah folks, I’ll be hanging out in the hacienda for a bit…”-reading list. You can find it on Amazon here.
Out a day early! Go pick yourself up a copy!
So for about two months now, I’ve been having to sit on the line up for Trouble In The Wind. Behold, the magnificence of the headliners…
If someone had told me when this whole indie thing got started, “Hey, you know someday you’re going to be editing an alternate history anthology with S.M. Stirling in it?”, I would have advised them to lay off the peyote. If they’d then added the rest of the names on that list? Well, I would have slowly backed away while searching for a weapon to deal with the crazy person.
I’m astounded and stunned to be working with titans. We won’t even get into Team “And More.” December 13th is the expected release date, so buckle your chin straps.
It’s always fun to make any reading list. It’s double fun when that list is curated by your local library.
Coming on 15 February to an Amazon near you! The anthology includes my new alternative history short story “Fate of the Falklands” along with original short stories by Sarah Hoyt, Kacey Ezell, and William Stroock!
So a while back I did an interview for a local Web TV show. You can see yours truly in all my “Whoa, that was a quick seven minutes…” glory here.
Also, a reminder that I start an audiobook blog tour on Monday. I’ll try to remember to post links here for new and interesting info. 😀
Finally, Aries’ Red Sky is still for sale on Amazon through Saturday for $.99. If you know someone who loves Sci-Fi, feel free to gift them an e-copy.