Melding minds and anticipating Daedalus

Too many books, too little time.

A couple of quick notes: I’m back over at SFSignal today, participating in a Mind Meld on the merits and drawbacks of re-reading your favorites versus exploring new work. (Spoiler alert: I’m a re-reader.) They put me in with some really outstanding writers, which is quite gratifying. Many thanks to the crew at SFSignal for giving newbies a shot. They do great stuff.

Also, The Daedalus Incident is now officially one of the most anticipated books of 2013, at least according to one (immensely thoughtful and perceptive) book blogger. Many thanks to the Angels of Retribution blog for all the kind words.

I expect to be popping up around the Internet with some frequency in the coming months, so check out the Media page for the latest. Also, I’m working with a very talented designer on revamping this blog, which includes a new Beer Fridge page that should make it easier to search for individual beer reviews.

Because, really, I think SF/F and beer go together like peanut butter and chocolate.


Filed under Beer Snobbery, Books, Writing

3 responses to “Melding minds and anticipating Daedalus

  1. kathils

    A Beer Fridge page . . . I’m speechless, and a bit envious. Stock up on the darks, okay?

  2. I read your mind meld entry with great interest. I must say that I do not find time for re-reading a book. As I want to read the whole Malazan Empire series by Steve Erikson in 2013 I started to re-read the first book, Gardens of the Moon. Like you I read John Scalzi’s Redshirts recently. I must say I’m a big fan of the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Arthur Conan Doyle. I own a digital copy which includes all novels and short stories. So far I read two novels.
    Looking forward to the changes of your blog.

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