All right, then. It’s starting to get exciting.
The Enceladus Crisis lands on May 6, full of sailing-ships-in-space action and pan-dimensional shenanigans. Plus Saturn. I’m excited to see it out there and, judging by the reviews, I think it’s going to go well.
You’ll start to see me pop up on a variety of sites in the coming weeks, so I apologize in advance if you get a little me-fatigue. It happens, even to me. But I’ve got a nice variety of stuff coming, not simply just “hey, I wrote a book” posts and whatnot.
And I’ll be on podcasts too, starting with the Skiffy and Fanty Show’s Torture Cinema, which I record Friday. I supported the show’s fundraiser for WorldCon, and won the opportunity to name the next film to get the Torture Cinema treatment. Being a jerk, I gave them Highlander II: The Quickening. But I’ll be right there with them. It should be fun.
By the way, Skiffy and Fanty got nominated for a Hugo, so go them! If you’re so inclined, feel free to jump in on the fundraiser to get them to London. I don’t normally do the kickstart thing, but I do think the podcast adds something to the genre conversation, so I’m hopeful they can go and, ideally, collect the shiny rocket.
Aside from that, you’ll see me doing guest posts and interviews and other wacky stuff. I hope you enjoy.
Meantime, if you haven’t preordered The Enceladus Crisis yet, it would be awesome if you did (click on the title for sales links). Awesomer if you wrote a review on Amazon or Goodreads or whatnot. This stuff helps, believe it or not, especially around release time.
More news coming soon, so stay tuned!