October 2016 archive

Oct 26

Writers Conference Redux

I’m finally getting around to writing about the Surrey International Writers Conference, which was held last weekend. It was my very first writers conference, and I wasn’t disappointed. I had, at the back of my mind, expected the seminars to be simplistic and filled with platitudes, like too many “educational” venues. Not even close. This …

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Oct 22

Oh Yeah?

I’ve got another “fan”. And yes, the quotes are on purpose. That’s what you call “irony”. Here’s his take on We Are Legion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJ2gvVD2AOo (I’m not embedding the video because I don’t have permission or copyright). So, uh, Loki seems pissed. He also called me a meth-head, I think. Okay, not really, but he is …

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Oct 22

At the Surrey International Writer’s Conference

I’m at SIWC this weekend — my first writer’s conference. Very, very interesting. I got to meet Robert J. Sawyer–sort of–I was in one of his seminars. He has a very practical attitude toward the whole business of writing. I tend to expect these types of events to just reiterate platitudes and obvious advice, but …

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Oct 13

Sample Chapter Posted

If you look up at the top of the page, you’ll see “Sample Chapter.” That’s from the second book of the bobiverse, For We Are Many.  

Oct 12

Update On Book 2

Just a quick update: Had some email discussions, and it looks like book 2 (For We Are Many) will be out in March. And Ray Porter is confirmed for narrator.  

Oct 10

Legion Discussion Thread

I’ve had a request from a reader to put up a post where people can post guesses about Legion. Almost a mini-forum. Well, okay, then, Mark. Here you go. I’ll try to stay out of it, of course.  

Oct 05

Where’s the Sequel?

I just got asked that question last night, as a matter of fact. By Audible. The Legion sequel is written. Actually, #3 is about half-done as well. I’m going to give #2 a good going-over and email it to my agent this weekend. The wheels of commerce grind slowly, of course, but I’m hoping this will …

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