Skirmishes, the Fourth Book in the Diving Universe, Released!

Today’s the official publication day of Skirmishes, the fourth Diving universe book. You can now get the book on all platforms. You can find it in your favorite bookstore or order it in trade paper from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other online stores. You can also get the ebook in all e-retailers from Amazon to Kobo to Barnes & Noble to Smashwords to Omnilit and more! […]

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The Business Rusch: Story Demands

 I am currently writing three books at once. I know, I know, some of you believe that’s not unusual for me, but it is. Usually I focus on one thing and wrestle it to the ground before moving onto something else. These three books are one thing. They’re in one of my series, and for a few weeks, I was struggling to write the next […]

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Diving Novels Available Worldwide, Another Kobo Special, And A “Thrilling” Podcast

For years, people outside of the United States and Canada have asked me for copies of the first three books in the multiple-award-winning Diving universe, Diving Into The Wreck, City of Ruins, and Boneyards. For a while, selling copies of the books outside of the United States and Canada was impossible without selling those same copies inside of the United States and Canada. Pyr Books has licensed the North American […]

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For Folks in the UK and Australia (and the rest of you too) (with a correction)

I know you folks have a bank holiday on Monday, but doesn’t that mean you should be reading? This promotion that WMG and Kobo are doing is for the United Kingdom and Australian readers, but here’s a secret for the rest of you: The coupon code below works worldwide. 🙂 However, it is just for one book. And  yes, you should probably recognize the books […]

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Fiction River 3 Already!

Today’s the official release date for Fiction River: Time Streams, the third volume of the anthology series. Dean edited this one. It’s all time travel all the time (one of his favorite subgenres). Time Streams has some powerful stories in it, some written by first-timers, others written by old hands. Mike Resnick pairs up with Lou Berger for an interesting story; Lee Allred writes something quite fun, […]

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Sales, Audio Books, And More!

First, for this weekend only, Kobo and WMG Publishing are offering a 30% off sale on these e-books: A Dangerous Road (the first book in my Smokey Dalton mystery series (written as Kris Nelscott)), The Fates Trilogy (all three Fates books under my Kristine Grayson pen name), Snipers (my newest novel), and The Perfect Man edition which has both my Kristine Rusch novelette and the novel I wrote as Kristine Dexter plus an […]

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Free Stuff Reminder Plus

The nifty StoryBundle with eight books and one magazine will end in a little over four days. This weekend is your last chance to set your own price for a bundle of books which includes novels by Kevin J. Anderson, Gregory Benford, Michael A. Stackpole, BV Larson, David Farland, Mike Resnick, and Frank Herbert. If you haven’t tried my Retrieval Artist series, the first book […]

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The Business Rusch: The Global View

 I’ll be honest with you: when I planned a topic for my blog last week that wasn’t US-specific, I was thinking that the hits on my site would drop off. After all, the Thursday Business Blog fell on one of the US’s big federal holidays, Independence Day (aka the Fourth of July). I figured I’d get a quarter of my usual attendance. Instead, I got […]

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Podcasts, Videos and Book Deals

Lots of things to share this week. WMG Publishing publishes a free short story podcast every week. I wrote this week’s podcast and I read the story as well. Go to this link and enjoy “Elvis at the White House.” While you’re on the WMG Publishing site, check out the nifty book trailer that WMG’s Jane Kennedy produced for Spree. You guys remember Spree, right? […]

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The Business Rusch: Murder Most Foul

 Here’s what they don’t tell you when you start out as a writer: 1. You need to learn business. 2. You need to learn copyright because that’s what you sell. 3. You need to learn how to hire people because the wrong people could destroy your life and career. 4. Your traditional publisher doesn’t give a crap about you, unless you become a blockbuster, and […]

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