Tor.com excerpt, SFSignal review and a podcast

Happy Monday indeed! It’s been an eventful day for The Daedalus Incident, with a new excerpt, a major review and a nifty podcast interview.

First off, the folks at Tor.com ran a substantial excerpt of The Daedalus Incident — the entire first half of chapter 2, in fact. So if you want a good sense of what I’m up to, click on over and give it a read! Thanks to everyone there for giving me some prime digital real estate.

Next, Paul Weimer (@princejvstin to followers of his reviews and photography) reviewed Daedalus in the Hugo-award winning SFSignal — and saw fit to give it four out of five stars, calling it “an ambitious and fun romp.” Click here for the full review, which concludes:

Overall, The Daedalus Incident is, especially in its Space Fantasy parts, entertaining and fun to read and despite its delays in publication, I hope it reaches its deserved audience, and that the author has the opportunity to explore the universe of the Daedalus, especially, much further.

Paul’s review is very thoughtful and shows off his deep knowledge of the genre. I respect his reviews a lot, so I’m quite gratified he liked it. As for exploring the universe further…I’m workin’ on it, believe me.

In addition to the review, I’m the guest today on the SFSignal Podcast, hosted by Patrick Hester, now available for download wherever fine podcasts are found. The interview is slightly dated; I didn’t know what would become of Night Shade Books (since acquired successfully by Skyhorse Publishing) and my book (now available for the Kindle, Nook and Kobo, with print coming soon). But it’s a fun chat, and we talk a lot about Daedalus and The Gravity of the Affair, as well as beer and other topics, so give it a listen.

Finally, there’s only a few days left in Stefan Raets’ giveaway of The Daedalus Incident, so click on over and sign up to win a print copy of the book.

Many thanks to Tor.com, Paul, Patrick, SFSignal and Stefan!

 #SFWApro

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