You know what? I cannot imagine a future scenario where I tire of saying, “So, yeah, hey, by the way, my new book is officially published today.” Because, sheesh, I have to admit it’s a fun thing to say.
In fact, I think I’ll do it right now.
My newest novel, Something More Than Night, is officially published today!
(ETA: Be warned. There be spoilers in the comments.)
Well, “apocalypse” might be a bit strong. Or a lot strong. But anyway.
The November 2013 issue of the APS News (published by the American Physical Society) has a bit more information about the recently passed Helium Stewardship Act.
I am extremely excited that my first non-Milkweed novel, and my second novel for 2013, hits shelves in less than two weeks! So I’ll probably be talking about Something More Than Night a fair bit over the next few weeks.
I can’t help it. In some ways it’s my favorite book of anything I’ve written, and I’m just plum thrilled to see it finally making its way into the world.
So I was overjoyed when Kirkus included Something More Than Night in its list of the best SFF novels of 2013.
Judging from my (sporadic) blog posts over the past few years, it would seem that I have two hobbyhorses: peak helium, and transcranial direct-current stimulation (or tDCS).
Both of these topics appeared in the news in the past week, though I wouldn’t have known if not for thoughtful readers bringing the articles to my attention.
Something old, something new…
For a while, now, I’ve been meaning to mention that two of my stories are currently available online. One is a reprint and the other is an original set in the Milkweed universe.
Additionally, I’ve just discovered a second case of real-world circumstances reflecting something that I thought I had conjured from my imagination.