Library Journal names The Daedalus Incident one of the best SF/F books of 2013

I’m starting to think I may have written a decent book.

I woke up this morning to find that Library Journal named The Daedalus Incident one of the best SF/Fantasy books of 2013. Not just debut or anything…overall best. And they chose just five for the whole year.

Library Journal gave Daedalus a starred review back in May and named it the SF/F Debut of the Month, but I certainly wasn’t expecting this as well. There were a lot of truly excellent, inspiring works of fantasy and science fiction this year from some amazingly talented authors. I’m honored that anyone would think Daedalus ranks among them.

It’s also worth noting that Neal Asher’s The Departure also made LJ‘s list. That gives Night Shade Books two of the five books on the best-of list. Apparently, reports of Night Shade’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. I’ve really enjoyed working with the new Night Shade team on The Enceladus Crisis, and I fully believe he future of Night Shade is in good hands.

Thanks, Library Journal. You’re awesome!

#SFWApro

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One response to “Library Journal names The Daedalus Incident one of the best SF/F books of 2013

  1. WHA?? That’s awesome, bro!! Way to rock it. Congratulations cubed, you sure do deserve it after the epic you’ve gone through. Right on!

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