Today’s the day! The (possibly last) book in the Immortal novel series, Immortal: Last Call, is now available in all the usual places. Note that as of this writing, the Amazon print edition is listed separately from the ebook. Look for the audiobook sometime in February; recording will commence at the end of this month.…

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Ahead of the release of the sixth (and perhaps final) book of the Immortal Series (Immortal: Last Call, coming out Jan 7, 2020), it’s time for one last review of what to read first, and in what order. This time, I’m breaking up the list between mandatory and optional additional reading, for reasons that will…

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If I were the kind of author who did this promotion stuff properly, you would all have been made aware already that: There is a fifth Immortal novel coming (so you can stop emailing me politely asking if I have died) The title of that fifth Immortal novel is Immortal From Hell It will be…

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While we’re all waiting for the official release of Immortal and the Island of Impossible Things, this week the new audiobook edition of Immortal has gone live and is ready for your ears. As with The Spaceship Next Door, the new audiobook is narrated by Steve Carlson, whose interpretation of Adam is just great. Here are the links to pick…

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Immortal and the Island of Impossible Things, book four in the Immortal novel series, is now available for preordering on all (ebook) platforms! Here are the links, and then we’ll talk some more: Amazon Nook Kobo Apple Google Play Details The release date is 12/13/16. In the event I decide it’s perfect and wonderful and…

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The feedback for the audiobook edition of The Spaceship Next Door has been just tremendous. Really: have a look at some of the reviews. One of the themes in the reviews is: why don’t I have more audiobooks out? This production is an exceptional piece of workmanship in the science fiction genre. The writing is clean…

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We’ve had a lot of cover reveals around here lately, thanks to the reissue of all my novels. Preparing those books took up most of my summer which means I haven’t gotten around to publishing something new (except for the audiobook for The Spaceship Next Door) since way back in December of 2015. In the traditional publishing…

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As discussed in last week’s column, there will be new editions of four of my novels in a couple of months. One particularly important component of a new edition is a new cover. This is both because the publisher owns that cover art and just because this is good business sense. Books need new covers…

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I’ve mentioned a couple of times now that I’m going to be reacquiring the rights to four of my novels, but after a few conversations I’ve had with a few people—offhand chats with persons not involved in publishing who are aware that I also exist as a writer—I came to realize I never discussed why I’m getting…

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I had this idea last summer, for a new thing.  It was a cool idea, and I liked it, so I did something about it: I wrote the thing.  Then, when I was done with it, I edited the thing, edited it again, edited it one more time, and then I commissioned a cover and told…

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