Dreamwielder is now available in print! Available in trade paperback format to be precise. I’m pretty stoked, and would like to thank the great people at Diversion Books and my agent Liz Kracht for making it happen, and I’d especially like to thank everyone who purchased, reviewed, and helped spread the word about the e-book and audiobook versions of the novel over the past year—without your support, the print version never would have come to be. To help spread the word, I'm raffling off a great prize package of four signed books, a Wheel House CD, and an empty Cthulhu mint tin I stole from Tim Powers! Simply head over to my FB page and share my book link to be entered into the random drawing.
|Ridiculously Awesome Prize Package|
In other news, Reputation Books, the new home of The Roads to Baldairn Motte, has officially launched, and my coauthors Craig Comer and Ahimsa Kerp and I are really excited about the new edition of the book. Our first review has come in and we can’t complain about the prognosis. Mosaic novels aren’t for everyone, but those who are looking for a new angle on fantasy fiction will really enjoy the book. Oh, and I can't forget to mention Craig Comer's kickass new blogsite, Realm Tramper, a travel blog for fantasy worlds. Check it out!
|February 21, 2014 at Book Carnival in Orange, CA|
And lastly, looking toward March, I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be appearing at this year’s FOGcon on a panel called “Do Pessimists Dream of Dystopian Sheep.” If you’re in the Bay Area, make sure to get your membership and stop by. Tim Powers and Seanan McGuire are the special guests, so I couldn’t be happier to be involved.
That’s it for me. Back to writing, and sorry if I’m a lousy blogger for the next couple of months!