Blog Update

Reading Materialist

Wraithkin is with the agent now. I have two weeks to complete my Dark Corners anthology story (Collectibles). I should have written it months ago, but life kept getting in the way. Okay, life and other novels. And other short stories. Okay, okay, I just suck as a human being. I’ll get it done before the deadline, even if I have to pull an all–nighter again (like I did for Wake… uh, nobody tell the publisher that I wrote Wake in two days).

Sorry that my last post got so political. I typically stay out of politics on here, but something inside me snapped this past week. So now that I’m on some government watch list (well, I probably am… they won’t confirm it) I’ll be, uh, probably doing the same thing I always do on here. *scratches head* Huh.

I’m reading Cedar Sanderson’s Pixie Noir right now for Shiny Book Review. Just starting, so I don’t really have an impression of it yet. I’ve also been rereading the entire Honor Harrington series, and am currently on Ashes of Victory. I forgot how freaking long these books are, though, so this may take longer than I thought. My buddy Johnny-Minion is letting me borrow his copy of House of Steel, which I really, really wanted to read. I think that and A Rising Thunder are the only two books in the series I haven’t read yet.

Yes, I read a lot. I think all writers should read more than they write. It keeps your brain from atrophying.

Anyone else reading anything interesting right now?

By Jason Cordova

Born in Orange, California, author Jason Cordova has written books ranging from the fantastical realms of fantasy to the militaristic side of science fiction. His latest should be out soon. Really. You should probably buy it. Check Amazon. Demand it at your local store. Pay for his kitten kibble.

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