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David Weber, New York Times bestselling author of the Honor Harrington series
MARCH AND MADNESS, PROMISE PAEN, AND FUTURE BOOKS
This month passed as a blur of spinning kicks and late-night writing sessions, the sudden cancellation of a book contract, selling other author's books by day, travel to Boston (my largest sales account is just outside of "Beantown"), and too much hot caf. (for more on the caffeine addicts survival guide...Continue Reading
IN WHICH WE GREET DEATH WITH A KISS WHILE WEARING BREAK-BAD MECHSUITS (Originally published on the Tor/Forge Blog)
Charles Dickens christened death “Our Mutual Friend.” It has certainly been so for me. I’ve buried a sister and a daughter, all the grands, and a cousin of mine named Jack. Death reaped each of them at inconvenient times. I wasn’t ready to say goodbye. Absence has sure made a poor bedfellow. Continue Reading
W.C. TALKS WITH ANNE LECKIE ABOUT ANCILLARY JUSTICE
I haven't enjoyed a book as much as ANCILLARY JUSTICE in a long time (book one in Ann Leckie's thought-provoking Imperial Radch Series). I'm delighted to interview her about her debut SF novel." Continue Reading...
THE GENESIS OF PROMISE PAEN:
Why Promise? Where'd I get that name from? Promise is an odd name for a character, don't you think? Couldn't you have come up with something else besides Promise Paen? Really?Continue Reading...
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