Head On: Done

Hey, guess what I finally ARGINBARGINRASSAFRASSING finished?

P.S.: THANK GOD

PPS: It’s pretty good.

PPPS: I’m going to bed now.

48 Comments on “Head On: Done”

  1. Richard Gadsden – Manchester, England, UK – British Lib Dem, sf nerd, amateur historian, election-systems geek, professionally a developer, can be found as po8crg on most platforms.
    po8crg

    This was posted at 9:36am UTC, ie 4:36am in Ohio.

    Sleep sound, John.

  2. rktrixy – Alameda, CA – Architect, Newly-wed, Middle-aged Crafty woman. Love Science Fiction, Love quilting, Love fabric, love love love surface pattern. Very very fond of food.
    rktrixy

    It’s kinda like a Christmas present, knowing it’s done and ready to print. Or is the editing process now beginning?

    Anyway- sleep and then enjoy the holiday. Hug the kitties. Eat too much. You know – all the good stuff.

  3. 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

    Finished?
    Fine, you can take a brief rest break.
    Brief!!

  4. He’s turning into Yosemite Sam! Quick! Only true love’s kiss can save him before the conversion is complete!

  5. Woo-hoo and congratulations! I know that feels good to have done at last. I am really, really, REALLY looking forward to reading this one.

    Sleep well, sir, and have a wonderful holiday with your family!

  6. Congratulations, John. I know well the feeling of FINALLY finishing a big project and the relief of not having it hang over you anymore. I look forward to reading it. (To that end, if you’re looking for beta or even gamma readers…)

  7. Excellent news! And finishing at 4:30 in the morning means that your copy editors will be really earning their paychecks :-). But seriously, Lock In was great, and I’m really looking forward to the sequel – due to hit shelves in April, right?

  8. You’ve had a busy year, little man. Go ahead, take a couple days off. Then get back to it, because I can read faster than you can write. (And–SQUIRREL–btw, been meaning to say, Wil Wheaton’s reading of The Collapsing Empire was beyond brilliant.)

  9. Congratulations!
    And what a relief for all of us.
    Now get back to dance-monkeying for us.
    Wait, no, I didn’t really say that. All I really said was Congratulations!!!

  10. Sorry that the first thing I thought of when seeing that title was the (in)famous headache relief product.
    “Head On – Apply Directly to the Forehead!”

  11. spandrella – new york, new york – I am a wannabe writer living in Denver. I talk about mental health, New York, music, privilege, and disability. And other stuff. I write from the perspective of a privileged white cisgender educated woman.
    Becca

    Congrats! And sleep well.

  12. Bravo! I look forward to reading your latest creation!
    Best wishes for the holidays and the new year to come!

  13. So, after what you were feeling in January, compared to how you’ve done by this December, how did that work out? The same amount of books & Cons? Less?
    (three more years to go…>.< good luck!)

  14. Yay! Lock in was my favorite of your books because I like scifi, fantasy, and police procedurals, and you gave me all three! And now there’s (going to be) another one!

  15. I still think the cover art suggests that the book should be called Head Off. Looking forward to it and to the Last Emperox.

  16. Checked in because just received an email from AMZN that one of my favorite authors has a new book coming soon! (Don’t Live for Your Obituary: …) . Turns out he has two. Congrats and thanks!

  17. Hooray! Can’t wait to get a copy.

  18. Congrats! Now you’ll have time to play on the “John Steps” that Mrs. S had built on the other wall!!

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