Okay, so I’m a little giddy this morning. It’s not every day I get to celebrate a book launch. (And the first of two book launches in the same week, no less.)
But today I get to do it, and so I am: Today marks Bitter Seeds’s debut from Orbit UK! Calloo, callay, oh frabjous day.
Hello and welcome, new readers! Information, and many links, reside below the cut.
Today turned out to be a pretty cool day.
First, somebody sat next to me on the bus to work this morning in order to tell me about his work studying UFOs. In all honesty that was the most interesting bus ride I’ve had in months if not years. The story featured reclusive billionaries (well, okay, one reclusive billionaire), astronauts, and a Las Vegas showgirl, too. Far out, man.
And then I found out that The Coldest War is a top pick this month at RT Book Reviews.
The insomnia has been crushing me for about the past week, so once again I’ve let the blog fall by the wayside. (But hey, the last post was about an eclipse. So that’s worth a week of down time, right? Right?) Meanwhile, I’m working on a second draft of my current novel, Something More Than Night, which is due on my editor’s desk this summer. I’ll probably write a post about that at some point.
But in the meantime, here’s something cool (I hope): Patrick over at Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist has posted a new, exclusive excerpt from The Coldest War.
I’d planned to write a long post about the awesomeness of Blue Heaven yesterday. But the insomnia cycle hit pretty hard, so I was too brain dead to do much of anything.
But I found a nice surprise in my Google Alerts this morning: Tor.com has posted an excerpt from The Coldest War. Hooray!
This final afternoon on the Outer Banks has proven an exciting day for the final Milkweed book.
We finished editorial revisions on the manuscript today, meaning that Necessary Evil is officially moving into production now. Hooray!
And, just now, I’ve received a first look at the cover. Sneak peek below the cut.