While Washington DC is not officially on my book tour, nevertheless I will be there between the 19th and 22nd for the Nebula Awards Weekend, at which SFWA, the writers’ organization of which I am president, will hand… Read More
Last week I was the subject of an “Ask Me Anything” thread at Reddit, and folks there asked me a whole bunch of questions about science fiction, Stargate Universe, the Old Man’s War movie, my life and work,… Read More
As you all know by now, Paul & Storm have written and performed the most awesome power ballad EVAR to celebrate the release of Fuzzy Nation. But if you’re only listening to “Fuzzy Man (Fuzzy Nation)” you’re not… Read More
In addition to it being the release date of Fuzzy Nation and the start of my book tour, today also happens to be my birthday. I am now forty-two years old, which if you’re a science fiction geek… Read More
Hey! My newest novel Fuzzy Nation is out today! Read the fabulous excerpts! Chapters one and two. Chapters three and four. Hear the spectacular audiobook excerpt! Read by Wil Wheaton, no less. Gaze upon the blush-inducing reviews! Publishers… Read More
In the e-mail, a question about the book release tomorrow: Are you nervous? About the book release? No. The book is done, I wrote it as well as I could, reviews are in, we’ve done all the pre-publicity… Read More
One of my tasks for the day was to head down to Jay and Mary’s Book Center, my local indie bookstore, and sign their box of Fuzzy Nations, prior to their going on sale tomorrow. So if you… Read More
The SFReviews.net site is featuring a Fuzzy Week, in which reviewer Thomas M. Wagner is going through and reviewing H. Beam Piper’s three Fuzzy books as well as the two authorized sequels, by William Tuning and Ardath Mayhar… Read More
— But if you happen to be up at midnight Eastern time, you definitely want to come round here. In fact, if you’re not up at midnight Eastern time, you might want to set your alarm clock so… Read More
Because I know you were asking yourself what the sunset looked like from where I was. Now you know. Go on about your lives, thus satisfied.
The answer to yesterday’s contest was: Uluru, also known as Ayer’s Rock. Greg Briggs was the first to answer correctly, so he wins the signed, personalized hardcover of Fuzzy Nation. However, his comment was also the fourth comment… Read More
To those of you who are moms, and to those of you who ever had a mom. I think that covers most of us (at least biologically speaking).
Just a couple of days before the release of Fuzzy Nation, and what better time to give away a signed, personalized copy of the hardcover first edition? No better time, I say! None! Here’s how to win it:… Read More
Zeus and Daisy pose for your delight and wish you a happy weekend.
I made a couple of substantial purchases last week and people have been asking me what I think of the purchases so far. So in the interest of consumer information, your in-progress product reviews: 1. The Mini Cooper… Read More
While you’re counting down the days waiting for Fuzzy Nation to come out, why not pick yourself up a copy of the book that inspired it, and whose story my novel reboots? It’ll be fun for you to… Read More
I hear that many of you like them there audiobook thingies, which you listen to while you travel in your cars or whatnot. I fully support this — listening to an audiobook is much safer for you and… Read More
Which I kept meaning to post earlier in the day, but I kept being distracted by something awesome which I will share with you soon but not yet. Just rest assured that it will be awesome. But in… Read More
On my doorstep today: finished copies of the Subterranean Press limited edition version of Zoe’s Tale, featuring this fantastic cover (and equally fantastic interior art) done by Vincent Chong. The folks at SubPress tell me that the book… Read More
So, The President’s Vampire is about — as the title suggests — a vampire who is in the employ of the U.S. President, and who from time to time does certain tasks that only an undead creature could… Read More