This month has been jam-packed with Steal the Sky related things, as you'd expect. The book released in mass market paperback and e-book January 5th, and people seem to be enjoying it. Hooray! Here are some reviews, if you're curious: npr, The Speculative Herald, and SF Signal.
I've been scampering around the internet and the real world creating guest posts, answering interview questions, and hosting signings in the Northern California area. That info can all be found here:
- Dungeon Mastering as Story Training with Stephanie Loree
- The Glory of the Hat with David Walton
- Ask Me Anything on /r/fantasy on behalf of Worldbuilders
- Starlight Presents interview with Debra Jess
- Dive into Worldbuilding with Juliette Wade
- Baking Baklava with Beth Cato
- SFSignal Podcast interview with Patrick Hester
- Chatting with Bradley P. Beaulieu on SFSignal
- The Importance of Worldbuilding on MyLifeMyBooksMyEscape
- Eating Authors with Lawrence M. Schoen
- The Arched Doorway interview with Gama Ray Martinez
- Beauty in Ruins interview with Bob R Milne
- My Favorite Bit with Mary Robinette Kowal
- My Bookish Ways interview with Kristin
- January 9th, 2016 @ 3pm | Borderlands Books, San Francisco, CA, USA |Facebook Event Page
- January 16th, 2016 @ 2pm | Barnes & Noble, Antioch, CA, USA | Facebook Event Page
- January 23rd, 2016 @ 4pm | Novi Sheraton (ConFusion), Novi, MI, USA
- January 29th, 2016 @ 7:30pm | Avid Reader Books, Davis, CA, USA | Facebook Event Page
- February 13th, 2016 @ 1-3pm | The Book Shop, Hayward, CA, USA | Facebook Event Page
- March 19th, 2016 @ 1pm | Copperfield's Books, Petaluma, CA, USA
This weekend I take off to ConFusion in Michigan, and I am so looking forward to sharing the shenanigans that follow with you all when I get back!
This month's inspiration is all about the first flower grown in space. Isn't it lovely?
A Story Recommendation
The Eyes Have It by Philip K. Dick - An old, tongue-in-cheek, favorite of mine. Short and well worth the read to those who love language.