Mark It

Monday, January 2, 2017, 9am-ish: Work officially begun on Head On, the sequel to Lock In.

Wish me luck!

50 Comments on “Mark It”

  1. No “apply directly to forehead” jokes, please. It’s already been made about a million and a half times.

  2. Luck? You don’t need any stinking luck! You have skill, and so I wish you to bang your fingers against keyboard until your fingernails split and bleed, but in a totally fun and impassioned way!

  3. Good luck indeed! I’m reading ‘Lock In’ at the moment in a large print edition due to a temporary sight problem. Bigger and more expensive but easier on the eyes. Hopefully more of your books are or will be so published, though I imagine many readers use ebooks on tablets instead.

  4. Yay! I just recently pointed people at the prequel and reread it myself!
    (I would be rereading Lock In too, but, I loaned out my copy and am considering if the ebook is in my budget)

  5. Another damn’d thick, square book! Always scribble, scribble, scribble! Eh, Mr. Scalzi?

  6. geekybrownguy – Originally from Karachi, Pakistan.. now in Lakewood, Ohio, USA. A pretty standard, cliched geek... I like the usual suspects of sci fi/fantasy, am a Trekkie and a Whovian, play D&D and computer games, read lots of graphic novels. I do have an odd weakness for British sci-fi, especially some of the older classic stuff.
    Assadulla Khan Khaishgi

    Oooooooo, yeahhhhh…

  7. Alex Willging – Southern California – Alexander Willging is the creator of the pop culture blog Mr. Rhapsodist and their 2012 short story collection Digital Eyes, Family Ties. A lifelong resident of Southern California, they are an alumnus of Loyola Marymount University, a born Catholic with a progressive bent, and an unapologetic cat lover.
    Alex Willging

    I really enjoyed Lock In, so I can’t wait to read this one. Best of luck!

  8. Jay – New Bern, NC – INGREDIENTS: coffee, books, music, podcasts, NPR, cats, movies, the Oxford comma, and Netflix - - - WARNING: may contain nuts - - - MADE IN THE USA
    Jay E.

    Viel Gluck!

  9. I’m guessing that the phrase “work officially begun” is a figure of speech; at least the first bits have surely been slopping about in the brain for some time. Weeks even.

  10. Be sure to insist on both Wil and Amber for the audiobooks. Hadn’t been an audiobook fan until I listened to these two.

  11. Wishing you tons of luck! LOCK IN was such a treat! I can’t wait to read the sequel.

  12. Luck my ass! Just get it done. I’m excited to see what happens next.

  13. Been feeling down and depressed lately–thanks for cheering me up with this news!!

    Loved Lock In. The first Scalzi authored piece I ever read was the Lock In “preview” online–been hooked ever since. 2017 already feels more hopeful, lol!

  14. John Samuel – Australia – An anime fan from the dim, dark, days of synopses and fifth generation VHS copies. I write a range of reviews at "Pirates of the Burley Griffin", check the blog for more.
    John Samuel

    I’ll join the general celebrations. I really liked Lock In, and I’m looking forward to a sequel.

  15. No!, Not Luck! Inspiration! May the Muses bless your mind with boundless creativity and joy! I can’t wait! LOVE Lock In. Most original protagonist in a long while. (The other is in the sub-genre of cozy mysteries with Donna Andrews’s “Turing Hopper” series.)

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