Just a brief notice to let you all know the preorders are piling up. (I love this. It makes the saga real to me.) You can preorder the next book in the Anniversary Day Saga, A Murder of Clones. Many of you knew that already. You can also preorder the book that comes after A Murder of Clones. Search & Recovery went live for preorder on Amazon, Kobo, and iTunes. […]
Publishers Weekly scored the first review for the new books in the Anniversary Day Saga. PW loved A Murder of Clones.
I put up the cover for A Murder of Clones because you can now pre-order it! A Murder of Clones official goes on sale everywhere on January 13, 2015. Then you’ll be able to get the remaining books in the saga one per month until Masterminds appears in June.
I’m done! I’m done! I’m done! Well, not entirely done. I still have to go over Dean’s comments on Masterminds, the final book in the Anniversary Day saga, and then the book will go to the content editor. But the hard stuff–the getting-it-on-the-page stuff–all done. Whew. Eight books from Anniversary Day to Masterminds, which will end the saga next June. And then, yes, there will […]
My latest story, “Playing With Reality,” has just appeared in Asimov’s October/November issue, with lots of other wonderful fiction. I personally can’t wait to dig into the issue. The writers I know in this volume are favorites, and I suspect the writers I don’t know will be new favorites. I love what editor Sheila Williams is doing with the magazine. Anyway, my story is dedicated to […]
The books are moving through the system. Vigilantes has come back from the content editor yesterday. I have a bit of work to do to rearrange that one, which is not a surprise. The Peyti Crisis just went to the copy editor. And I’m nearly done with Starbase Human, although that book is turning out much longer than expected. Two short stories related to Starbase Human will appear before […]
Here we go again. Another Retrieval Artist novel finished. I’ve just turned Vigilantes over to Dean, who is my first reader. I’ve finished four novels in less than two months. Sounds impressive, right? But it’s not that impressive. It would be more accurate to say that I’ve assembled four novels in less than two months. I’ve been writing on these and the remaining Retrieval Artist novels since […]
I’m buried so deep in this Retrieval Artist saga that my brain currently resides on the Moon. Those of you who read the Retrieval Artist know what I mean. The rest of you are probably aware that I’m writing something huge, but you haven’t read any Retrieval Artist stuff, so you’re feeling a bit… Well, I’d like to say left out, but you’re probably not. […]
Click, click, click, click. The sounds you hear are the pieces falling into place. One week after I gave Dean (who is my first reader) Search & Recovery, I gave him The Peyti Crisis, the next book in the Anniversary Day Saga. If he likes it, it’ll go to the content editor. I didn’t write a 100,000-word novel in a week. I did, however, write […]
In April, I went over A Murder of Clones, and fixed the ending. Then I started what I was calling RA 11. I finished it yesterday. The book is now titled Search & Recovery. Today I go over the book I initially thought would come next—The Peyti Crisis