11/25/2015: The Three Words Project, where you guys gave me three words to write flash fiction stories from, was a grand success this past summer and winter. I’m thrilled to announce that the stories have been collected and memorialized in a short story collection entitled, fittingly, The Three Words Project. Check it out and recommend to your friends. You guys inspired this.
Get it today in ebook on Amazon US, Amazon Canada or UK now. It is also available today on Kobo and Apple today, and will be available soon on Barnes & Noble as well as Scribd and Tolino. (Links support the author.) Print is coming!
11/23/2015: “Rabbit Trick,” the very first short story featuring telepathic detective Adam Ward, has a new cover and a new price: FREE. That’s right, the ebook is available for free on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, and Kobo for the next few weeks. Spread the word!
My primary project at this moment is gestating a baby. “Pip” is due sometime in December and is making all other deadlines very tentative. But I do have several upcoming projects on my plate:
- The companion novella to Fluid – from Cherabino’s perspective!
- Mindspace Extras project – a compilation of deleted scenes, blog posts, interviews, and articles I’ve written over the years about Mindspace and other topics of interest. Some of these were previously on the website, but have been removed for inclusion in the project.
- Mindspace Novel #5 – hopefully you’ll see this come out Spring or Summer 2016.
- Unnamed super secret project – already brewing on a big idea in another world
While I’m gestating and adjusting to life as a new parent, I’m taking a partial hiatus from The Internets. The email newsletter will cut back to only updates on new releases, and the blog will be updated very, very rarely. Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus will also be updated on the schedule of Approximately When I Feel Like It (or even less often!), but I will continue to respond to messages there (albeit slowly). I do love hearing from readers!
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