Well, my interest in Eric Flint’s sprawling 1632 series has been rekindled. Now I’ve embarked on a project to catch up with the world’s largest shared universe.
My schedule for Balticon has been finalized. I’m on seven panels and I’m moderating two of them. This will be the first convention I’ve attended since the pandemic started. Balticon is being held in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor over Memorial Day weekend.
I had a great time selling books at Manassas Reads, an annual event hosted by the City of Manassas, Manassas City Public Schools, and the Prince William Public Library System. I’d been busy during the pandemic, so I had five books plus two anthologies for sale.
I loved this mashup from the very moment I first saw it. What could be better than Buzz Lightyear confronting the Eye of Sauron…
I thought it would be interesting to show what my 2022 publishing schedule looks like, especially in comparison to previous years.
The blurb for “Road Trip,” my next book, which is being published by the end of December, 2021. Check it out!
Somebody asked me where they could buy my books. Then I realized that I didn’t know which retailers besides Amazon sold my books. So I did a bit of research…
Thanks to everybody for your thoughts and good wishes over the past week. Yes, I’ve been able to get everything moved to my new hosting platform, OpalStack. It took a lot of work to get everything moved. I’d been with WebFaction (RIP) since 2006, so my web properties were distinctly enterprise-level in size and scope after all this time.