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Archive for March, 2009
Tags: professionalism, publishing, reality, up very late
Dave Freer was mentioned as one of the funniest writers in SF/F. This is of course not news to those who read devour everything he writes.
For those of you who already know and love the writing of James Enge, there is now a new taste online at Pyr’s website. For those who have yet to have the pleasure; first hit is free.
I’m told both Amazon & B&N have Blood of Ambrose in stock. I’m also told that the delivery gremlins are not horsing around in delivering author & contributor copies.
I’m looking for a few cons of at least 500 people a year and outside the Northeast-Mid Atlantic to do in 2010. I’m probably only willing to do two real long distance ones since I’m told I have to be productive at least twice a year so two cons in anyone area are probably out. All […]
Tags: dave freer, interview
There was an interview with Dave Freer about two weeks ago. Enjoy.
Tags: appearance, cons, ravencon, travel
I was invited back to Ravencon and being a well run con they had me up on their website months ago. Being an airhead, I managed to forget to book room. I’ve just done so. Now i just need to figure out if I’m flying, driving, or taking the train. Ravencon is great, and anyone who’s […]
Tags: appearance, chris mcmahon, chuck gannon, client, dave freer, friends and fiends, lunacon, pics, travel
Those who were at Lunacon will be unsurprised that the Good is by far the longest section. The good:I arrived just before seven pm Thursday, having not eaten since mid day, I was merely famished. Dave & Barb Freer were in the lobby ready to start eating anyone who stopped moving, or was wearing an […]
Tags: chris mcmahon, client, dave freer, guest blog, lunacon, pics
Con Report — Lunacon 2009 Hilton Rye Town
Tags: client, dave freer, friends and fiends, lunacon
Sightings and hug-bys: Mary Robinette Kowal, Ian Randal Strock, Joshua Palimatier, Lawrence Schoen, Bob Eggleton, Kate Paulk, Jeff Warner, Gail Martin and of course all the Guests. Oh, and Mercedes Lackey reccomended http://moonedit.com/ More later.
This is only a test. Had this been an actual entry there would have been some content someone could confuse for worthwhile. This is only a test.
Tags: appearance, con, dave freer, friends and fiends, lunacon, slowtrain, up very late
One of the more important early sites is: More throughout the Con
Tags: client, dave freer, lunacon, ravencon
In addition to Dave Freer i have two other clients attending Lunacon. Chris is an Aussie so he probably won’t make it to cons stateside all that often, Charles Gannon is known to quiet a few from his days as a game writer.
I come back to LJ after days away due to Real Life and other foul substances, and the first thing I run across is yet another post on Racefail ’09. I don’t know where to begin on that rolling, rotting, insipid heap in vitriol, ignorance and self congratulation, so I will for the sake of not […]
Tags: ambrose, james enge, news, sale
James Enge has sold a second sequel to the forthcoming The Blood Of Ambrose. April twenty first will be the first time you can get your hands on The Blood of Ambrose, and the recently turned in sequel This Crooked Way is due on shelves this October. Pre-order and conquer!(edited twice, once for a correction, […]
Tags: appearance, con, cons, lunacon
So, who’s coming for sure, who hopes to make it and when are you arriving for Lunacon? I’ll be there early Friday. You can see the list of who’s who and their schedule here.
Tags: dave freer, facebook, fans, james enge
My beloved clients davefreer & jamesenge have both had fan pages started for them. Dave and James await your arrival. As with most things Facebook you’ll need to be signed in before you join.
Tags: people are strange, professionalism, wtf
Not that I’ve been around much lately, but expect me not to be reading anyone’s LJ for a few days until the current round of "X is a racist. Y is a bigot. Z is a fathead just stirring shit up is over." There are two reasons for this: 1) Drama is a nice thing […]
Tags: friends and fiends, markets, people are strange, publishing, pulpit pounding, wtf
I’m not sure I’ll ever figure out the publishing industry. Leaving aside some of the arcane intricacies of how things are paid for, and the interesting paths a book may take from writer to publisher to book stores, there are all sorts of weird things going on. The latest and at least to me most […]