This is my brand spanking new interview series with people in publishing. The goal is to give a bit more access to the mind behind the icon than the average interview. Well, that and make sure I update the blog more than once every two months. So to kick things off is the entirely fabulous Irene […]
Posts Tagged ‘thistle down’
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Tags: clients, dave freer, irene radford, thistle down
Dave Freer turned in a new proposal, as did another client. That’s my reading, yours is of course the released as of today Thistle Down by Irene Radford. I expect to see fifty reviews on Amazon & Barnes and Noble by tonight.
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In no particular order:The fabulous Irene Radford’s Thistle Down will be out in six days. I’m sure all my readers have preordered it so I’m not worried about that, but go pimp the book to a few dozen friends! It appears (ok plainly is) I forgot to close the bad cover letter contest. I blame the terrorists […]
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As those who watch my Twitter and Facebook accounts know, I just got my copies of Extremis by Steve White and Chuck Gannon in. So, from this Friday the 13th when I make the contest opening post until whenever it ends sometime Monday, there will be another Bad Cover Letter contest!One winner (US/Canada only) will […]
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Thistle Down the summer spectacular from Irene Radford is available for preorder. Extremis from Steve White and Chuck Gannon, the latest in the Starfire universe is due in stores in just days, but I’m sure you’ve alreay ordered yours, right?
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Well, I ended the con the right way. Exhausted, satisfied and wishing I’d done more. I barely got a chance to some friends and pros like Allen Wold, James Maxey, Tom Kratman and Jagi Lamplighter and KT Pinto. I was lucky enough to be on a panel with Gray Rinehart who is both fun and knowledgeable. […]
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 […]