So, I got bored the other day. This is always a problem. But I got bored while trying to find a way to come up with a way to get people to actually post reviews to books I know are being bought and read. So with the launch of Frozen in Amber from the […]
Posts Tagged ‘james enge’
Tags: clients, Daw Books, evil agentry, fun, james enge, Marshall Ryan Maresca, Phyillis Ames, Pyr
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If like the rest of the explored universe you’ve been waiting impatiently for another fix of fantasy by marvel maker James Enge, you can breathe again. In fact please, please breathe its very hard to run, walk, skateboard, or drive for very long. You certainly wouldn’t be able to do it long enough to […]
Tags: chuc, chuck gannon, dave freer, evil agentry, irene radford, james enge, publishing, pulpit pounding, the art and science of writing
I keep telling people an important thing about my blog: I am not a writer. Really. I don’t have that urge to create. If i blog I have something to say. If i don’t blog reason number one is that anything that occurs to me to write is likely to bore me to sleep before […]
Tags: chuck gannon, dave freer, dog and dragon, extremis, irene radford, james enge, ravencon, the wolf age, thistle down, travel
Yo! In the near future I’ll be doing a guest blog or two for one or two sites. Yes, yes this is amazing since I seem to barely remember I have my own blog. But what can I say, I was bribed. Speaking of which.* If you really want something to think about bribing me with, this is […]
Tags: james enge, wolf age
Pretty simple, review to win. Need a refresher?
Tags: client, clients, contest, dragons ring, james enge, review, wolf age
Contest #1Win a copy of Dave Freer’s Dragon’s Ring. Contest #2Win a copy of James Enge’s The Wolf Age For a chance at a free copy of Dragon’s Ring login to Borders or BN.com and post a review for any Dave Freer book in print. Post a link to it in the upcoming post (at Http://Onyxhawke.LiveJournal.com) […]
Tags: chuck gannon, client, con, friends and fiends, james enge, ravencon
Ravencon did not disappoint, they found a new and larger hotel with great rooms, a hotel restarant with solid food, decent prices and drinkable coffee and of course continued having excellent panels. survived his very first con without a bit of panic and with his low key, wry panache. I swung into one of his […]
Tags: client, james enge, poll, ravencon
James Enge has been nomitated for the April/May discussion over at Good Reads. He’s not quite leading yet, but I have faith in my readers to correct that minor issue. It just so happens that in April James will be at Ravencon which none of you for whom it is an option should miss. Enjoy! […]
Tags: james enge, the art and science of writing
I’m always curious how writers come up with the non-terrestrial names they do for animals, and other sentients they invent, or for their made up magical creatures. Sure there are tens of thousands of magical creatures already and enough variations on them from region to region that the need for something new isn’t great, but […]
Y’all know that both Dave Freer’s Dragon’s Ring and Jame Enge’s This Crooked Way are on shelves for your enjoyment? Has anyone spotted them yet?
Tags: crooked way, james enge, pics, the art and science of writing
James Enge mentioned two cons he was planning on for next year. One was one of my favorite haunts in the Mid Atlantic states, the other was one of those cons nearly everyone goes to at least once. As I mentioned on Facebook, James and I have both gotten our copies of This Crooked Way […]
Tags: ambrose, cover art, crooked way, james enge
Here’s the latest rendering of the cover for This Crooked Way
Tags: dave freer, examples given, james enge, the art and science of writing, writers
The Essential Why? People ask; What does it take to get published? It takes a number of things. One is certainly, luck. It is almost certainly the smallest factor, but present. Finishing a novel is another, and by finishing I don’t mean simply writing until you toss in “the end”, but polishing the delivery, […]
Tags: contest, crooked way, james enge, review
I love review of books, especially my clients books. And of course reviews of my clients books where the reviewer clearly loves my clients work, well that’s almost as good as selling the book was in the first place. So I’m going to do a contest that may be continued for other books but will […]
Tags: audible, audio book, james enge, news
The fine folks at Audible.com have gotten James Enge’s The Blood of Ambrose up in audior formats. Go buy.
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The masterful James Enge was interviewed by the incomparable Sara M. Harvey for SFScope. You can see the interview here, and keep up with both of their exploits: & saraphina_marie assuming of course that you aren’t already reading both of them.
Tags: ambrose, crooked way, james enge, wolf age
It seems like I can’t go a single day without someone emailing me a link to something new on James Enge’s The Blood of Ambrose. Today is no different. I got a link to an interview on Tor.com with James. Enjoy.
For those who just won’t buy a book without knowing what’s inside the nice folks at Pyr have posted the first three chapters of The Blood of Ambrose to their website.
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The Blood of Ambrose is now available from Amazon and Barnes and Noble.