Immortal and the Island of Impossible Things, the latest Immortal novel, is now available as an Audiobook, as of, oh, a few hours ago. Here’s the nifty cover.
And here are the nifty links:
In what I expect will be a common practice for quite a few of my fellow writers in the coming years, last week I republished four novels after the publisher (who is closing shop) released the rights.
In other words: welcome to the first day of the rest of my writing career!
Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America
Back in 2012, I was enjoying the first big success of my career. Immortal had taken off–not in the mega-best-seller sense, but in the “oh shit, I’m making real money” sort of way. That might not sound like a huge deal to you unless you happen to also be a writer, and then maybe it does.
Here’s a sentence that probably doesn’t make sense if you aren’t self-publishing things right now: I’m not sure if I should stay exclusive to Amazon or not.
I need you to understand that I didn’t think of my laptop as old. I felt the same way about it as I do about myself, basically, which is that I’m not getting any older, my kids are just catching up. I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one who feels this way about themselves and their laptops.
Okay, that’s probably the worst pitch I’ve ever written, but it’s the middle of the day, on a Friday, and I’m hitting an afternoon food coma.
Accessing the Internet in 100 easy steps
On Friday morning, as I was preparing for my bike ride to the office, wife Deb informed me that the Internet was down.
This was not an unusual occurrence. Our configuration was as follows: