Fun Stuff…With Deadlines

So much to tell you about that I won’t get to all of it. First, though, all of the Colliding Worlds books are out! Six science fiction collections, featuring 20 short stories in each book. Ten of the stories are from me and ten are by Dean. We had a blast putting these together. The books were the subject of a successful Kickstarter earlier this […]

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One Day Deals, Storybundle, and a Maelstrom

We’re down to 24 or so hours on the Return of The Fey Kickstarter. I asked the Fey readers to give me a kick in the butt, by joining the Kickstarter to give me a real deadline on a new Fey novella. Usually I try to have work done before I do a Kickstarter, but in this case, I needed a real kick start. It […]

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Lessons From The Writing Of The Fey—Introduction

Author’s Note: We’re running a Kickstarter right now that will give me some deadlines on starting a new Fey project. There’s a four-part book/video/class for readers and writers that goes with that Kickstarter, all non-fiction, all about writing the Fey. I’ve explained in greater depth below. Part of that project is this: I’m going to post the chapters of Lessons From The Writing of The […]

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Free Fiction Monday: Changeling

Gift first saw the lights as a baby. The faerie lights promised him a different life from the one he would know in the castle. But he couldn’t resist the pull of the mortal world. And that curiosity might change the course of not one, but two, kingdoms forever. An unforgettable story about magic, choices and love, which inspired part of World Fantasy Award winner […]

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Business Musings: Surprises in the New World of Publishing

You’d think, after all these years, nothing about the changes in publishing could surprise me. And really, what happened this week didn’t surprise me as much as it surprised me because it happened to me. And it caused me to think of some things I hadn’t considered at all. As many of you know, I’ve been writing these posts about four weeks ahead. This one […]

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Give Me A Deadline!

I don’t usually ask my readers to help me finish something, but I need to move The Fey up the priority list. I keep promising to finish it, but getting up to speed has been the barrier. The only way I could encourage myself to do the review was with a deadline. I tried to set my own deadline, but that didn’t work. Other things, […]

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A New Short Story And A Reminder

Here’s a fun project, albeit a bit off the beaten path. A few years ago, I was lucky enough to get asked to be in a volume of tribute stories for Richard Matheson. I never met him (although I listened to him on panels), but I’ve adored his work forever. After much trepidation, I wrote the story, which came out in an unexpected way—rather like […]

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An Audio Deal

I just heard from Audible.com that they’ve decided to put several of my audiobooks on a great special. If you have already bought the Kindle edition of the books listed below, then you can get the audiobook for 99 cents. That’s right: If you bought the Kindle edition, you can get the audio edition for less than a dollar. If you haven’t bought the Kindle edition of […]

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The Business Rusch: Readers

The Business Rusch: Readers Kristine Kathryn Rusch As we came into the new year, I evaluated—as I always do—the things I do as part of my business. My business, for those of you who don’t know, is writing. I have been a published writer since I was sixteen years old. I have made a living at writing since I was in my early twenties, first […]

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The Third Book of the Fey, The Rival, Now Available

The Fey saga continues! You can now download the third book of the Fey, The Rival, as an e-book. It’s available for $5.99 on Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, and will arrive in other e-bookstores soon. You can also listen to the audio book from Audible.com. The print book will be available in spring 2012. And as a side note, isn’t the cover, by Dirk Berger, […]

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