I had a most excellent conversation with host Timothy C. Ward on the Adventures in Sci-Fi Publishing podcast, which is now live and available for your listening pleasure. We talked about the er…adventurous route the Daedalus series took to publication, along with a goodly amount of stuff about how The Enceladus Crisis was written. Tim is a great, thoughtful host, by the way. You should totally check it out, either by clicking here or downloading it to whatever digital listening device you employ.
But hey, if a high-quality podcast about SF/F and publishing isn’t enough of a draw, there’s a giveaway! Subscribe to the AISFP newsletter by 11:59 p.m. CDT on June 2, and you’ll be entered to win copies of my two books, or a copy of fellow Night Shade author Robin Riopelle‘s Deadroads. Really, you can’t go wrong with either choice. So click here to sign up and enter to win.
In other news, today should be the last day the ebook edition of The Enceladus Crisis is on sale for $1.99 on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Kobo. Of course, I still think it’s a good value at $9.99. But who doesn’t like saving money? So hurry it up if you want to get it cheap, y’all.
Finally, I wanted to point out this bit about book promotion in The New York Times book section today. If you scroll through this blog, you’ll of course quickly see that I very much find book promotion valuable. I know some authors really dislike having to do interviews and guest posts and readings and whatnot. But my feeling is…what’s the point of writing a book if nobody knows it’s out there? So off I go in promoting, and all I can hope for is that you, dear readers, find it entertaining and insightful.