The Business Rusch: Samples (Discoverability Part 12)

 Every now and then, indie writers erupt into discussions of price.  Writers remain convinced—no matter how much logic you show them—that readers won’t buy a book written by a new writer unless that book is cheap. If that statement were true, then traditional publishing would not exist. Traditional publishing—as long as it has been around—has […]

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The Impossibles: A New Short Story

Analog SF has just published “The Impossibles” in its December issue. “The Impossibles” is set in the Retrieval Artist universe, but with none of the characters we’ve seen before. The story explores a part of the universe that’s new. You can enjoy the piece without ever having read a Retrieval Artist story. You can find […]

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Coordinated Attacks: A New Retrieval Artist Novella

“Coordinated Attacks,” a new Retrieval Artist novella, has just appeared in the July/August edition of Analog Magazine.  The novella provides a preview of some of the action in the next Retrieval Artist novel, Anniversary Day.  I’ll have news about that novel next week.  But for now, go to Analog‘s website for an excerpt, and then […]

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