Monthly Archives: June 2008
As you can see by this photo, taken by Galleycat’s Ron Hogan at BEA. If the two of us were, like, the Gen-X writer version of Wham!, I am so Andrew Ridgley. The picture is illustrating a nice bit Ron did for Galleycat that covers some of my adventures at BEA, and also features some […]
So, I’m doing some fiddling with the Scalzi.com site (aside from the background and banner image change), which is unrelated to Whatever, but which if I screw it up might possibly affect access in some nebulous way, maybe. If access seems a little bumpy today this may be why. Hopefully, however, you won’t even notice.
Book Expo America was something of a working vacation; I was there to promote Zoe’s Tale and Agent to the Stars, but since it was in LA, I also had a chance to see a bunch of friends, and BEA being where every book publisher in the US was trotting out their big titles for […]
A few notes: * Whateveresque registration is open and will remain open until about 10pm tonight. Come join the fun! As always, here’s a primer on how to pick a Whateveresque name that doesn’t look like spam. And also, of course, feel free to introduce yourself once your registration’s approved, in the “All About You” […]
Lots of traveling today. If I’m lucky with my travel I won’t be updating until tomorrow. If not, I’ll update from where I’ve missed my connecting flight. Also, because I’ll be away from keyboard most of the day, new registrations for Whateveresque will happen tomorrow. Enjoy your first day of June!