Just a quick post to tell you that Fall of the Green Land, book one of my series, The Future History of the Grail, is now on sale for 99¢. … More Fall of the Green Land is on sale for 99¢
My first audiobook is nearly complete! Fall of the Green Land will be available on Amazon and Audible in the next couple of weeks. … More Audiobook news: Production complete on Fall of the Green Land
I’m thrilled to announce that voice artist Joshua Young has agreed to narrate book one of my series, The Future History of the Grail, as an audiobook. … More Audiobook version of Fall of the Green Land is now in production
You can be among the first readers to receive your ebook copies of Fall of the Green Land, War for the Green Land, and Return to the Green Land … More Pre-orders available now for The Future History of the Grail
Two-Hour Transport is a new anthology of science fiction, fantasy, and horror by Seattle-area authors. … More I’ve been published in a new sci-fi anthology
Carbon Run, the first full-length novel in my climate fiction series Tales From A Warming Planet, is now available for purchase as an ebook or a print book. … More It’s here! Carbon Run is now available in digital and in print.
I’ve been thrilled with the response to my novelette, The Mother Earth Insurgency. If you’re curious about the story, here’s the first one thousand words. … More The first one thousand words of The Mother Earth Insurgency
The Mother Earth Insurgency, the first story in my climate fiction series Tales From A Warming Planet, is now available. … More At last! The Mother Earth Insurgency is available for download!
I recently tolerated, er, celebrated my 56th birthday. Going by the usual retirement schedule, I have about ten years left in the workforce, give or take a year. I feel ready to take one last shot at a career change, or at least modification. Here in Seattle, it’s inevitable to think of Microsoft, Starbucks, or … More Why I Would Fail As An Amazonian, And Other Predictable Misfortunes
Ursula K. Le Guin’s November 19 speech at the National Book Awards in New York struck a nerve. My nerve. In six minutes, after accepting the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, the grande dame of American science fiction and fantasy lambasted her own publishers who charge libraries “six or seven times the price … More Why Ursula K. Le Guin’s speech was misguided and wrong.
Amazon and Hachette kissed, made up, and walked into the sunset hand-in-hand after their ten-month dispute over ebook pricing. That’s what the spin doctors want you to think when you read the statements issued by each company yesterday and the followup press reports, but it’s impossible to believe that the fires of resentment and future … More Hachette may have won the battle, but Amazon will win the war
It’s fashionable in writing circles these days to vilify Amazon as if the company was a science fiction monster stomping a beautiful edifice into dust. Most of these authors and their allies, such as the members of Authors United, owe their fame and livelihoods to legacy publishing, so it’s natural for them to defend the … More Why Amazon is a writer’s best frenemy.
Authors United has pulled a boner. The group of writers who’ve published through Hachette, which is in an ongoing contract dispute with Amazon, sent a letter this week to Amazon’s board of directors demanding it “put an end to the sanctioning of books.” In this case, “sanction” is meant as “discipline” in the way an … More I am an author, and Authors United does not speak for me.