A Reminder in Song

(With apologies to the Ramones) (Full Lyrics) Twenty twenty twenty four hours to go I wanna get Kickstarted So much to do, new worlds to write, I wanna get Kickstarted Just get me to nine-thousand, un-lock that audio Hurry hurry hurry, while there’s time to go. I can’t control the numbers, I cannot stop the…

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Genrenauts Kickstarter!

The time has come! The Genrenauts Season One Collection Kickstarter is live, right here.   Check out the campaign for information about the future of the series, backer rewards (including writing critiques and more), sneak peeks at upcoming episodes, and details about stretch goals! I’ll be appearing on podcasts, giving interviews, and writing guest posts…

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Genrenauts update

Hi everyone! I want to take a minute to talk about what’s next for Genrenauts. I’ve been very happy to partner with Tor.com Publishing for the first two Genrenauts novellas – The Shootout Solution and The Absconded Ambassador. We’ve also got “There Will Always Be a Max,” a Genrenauts short story, coming April 6th for free on…

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Genrenauts: The Absconded Ambassador is here!

Today, Genrenauts continues with The Absconded Ambassador!   The reader response to Genrenauts has been fantastic so far, so I’m really excited to continue the series. If you haven’t read The Shootout Solution, you’ll definitely want to start there – the series is designed like a serial-episodic TV show – readers will have the best experience starting from…

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The Shootout Solution Promonado Round-up: Week 2

The Shootout Solution is here, and the glorious Promonado, distributing promotion and love and geekdom all across the internet, has reached Category V. You can catch up on last week’s Promonado if you haven’t done so. First, I celebrated the release itself.   Serial Box had me over to their blog for an interview. I sent…

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Library Journal review

Big news! The Shootout Solution has been reviewed by Library Journal – one of the major trade reviewers in the US. This is a big deal, not just because it’s a high-profile review, and more reviews = more people finding the book, but also because I’ve never had a major trade review for one of…

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