Three Things on a Monday Morning
Posted on March 31, 2014 Posted by John Scalzi 4 Comments
1. I’m traveling back home today, so once again don’t expect too much here. Don’t worry, you’ll get a full blast tomorrow, even if I don’t in fact get bored and write a post on the plane. Seattle was lovely; Emerald City Comicon was a blast.
2. Today is the VERY LAST DAY to nominate for the Hugos, so if you have not done so (and can), now’s the time to do it. You have until 11:59pm Pacific time. Get to it, folks.
3. Tomorrow will be the last day to get the latest edition of the Humble e-Book Bundle, the drm-free set of excellent science fiction and fantasy works which includes “The God Engines,” i.e., “The Most Cheerful Thing John Scalzi’s Ever Written” (note for the sarcasm-impaired: It’s not actually cheerful at all, quite the opposite in fact). Remember that you can name your price and that a portion of the proceeds go to charity. Can’t lose on this one.
Have an excellent Monday, folks.
For any who may be interested in John’s working method while at home, today’s Something Positive
cartoon may provide some insight.
It was great to see you at ECCC. You strike me as a good, kind and decent man with a wicked sense of humor. :) I look forward to seeing you at cons in the future!
My favorite part of THE GOD ENGINES is when (spoiler) the Prince of Puppies and the Rainy Cloud King decide to settle their differences through hugs.
For you blog blast tomorrow, any comments on the series finale this evening (Monday) to How I Met Your Mother ? I never watched the show till this series finale tonight. I’d be interested in your take on how it ended, that is if you ever bothered to follow the comedy series.