Bethany Jennings, an author of young adult SF&F, does this thing called WIPJoy, where we authors talk about a work in progress over the course of September. Find other authors on social media using the hashtag #WIPJoy. Since this one … Continue reading →
Bethany Jennings, an author of young adult SF&F, does this thing called WIPJoy, where we authors talk about a work in progress over the course of a month. Seems as good a time as any to talk about the next … Continue reading →
I swear. I’ve been working hard on: 1) OpenTafl and 2) a roughly 4,000-word series of blog posts on OpenTafl changes. The former will see a new release soon. The latter will run next week, during a Soapbox event we’re … Continue reading →
Well, ‘week off’ isn’t altogether accurate. I’m up to my elbows in finishing a major OpenTafl feature (stay tuned; updates coming to the Soapbox on Thursday) and a short story I’m going to try to sell. It is, however, a … Continue reading →
Today’s story update will end up being tonight’s story update, because I’ve been playing around with Second World War British web gear all night, and my fingers hurt from loosening the snaps. Have a great day. See you tomorrow night.
Coming tonight—forgot to type it up last night, since I’m working on another story, too.
Okay, maybe ‘fun’ isn’t the first word that springs to mind, but bear with me. This is actually an interesting problem. Imagine yourself on an ocean liner in the early 20th century, cruising across the Atlantic at 20 knots. It … Continue reading →
Here are my impressions on release day, in no particular order. Release day didn’t sell very many books, as compared to the preorder period. Preorders are here to stay, whether they go on for a month (as this time) or … Continue reading →
Stellaris released last night. I planned on typing this week’s updates, really I did, but c’mon. Space empires from Paradox. It’s exactly as great as it sounds.
It’s 2:00pm on April 23rd, and I have finished The Long Retreat! I’ll be typing it over the next few days, and running the concluding 3500 words or so over the next month or two. In the interim, I’ll be … Continue reading →