So my very first Dragoncon is in the books and I gotta say, with a few exceptions I had the best time of my life. So without much ado, rewind to 9 days ago... I was going to leave Wednesday originally but work requirements prevented this from happening. So instead I left the house at … Continue reading 2018 Dragoncon AAR (and long awaited update)
I swear, I look down, get back to writing, look back up... and it's almost been a month since an update. How does time do this to me? Well, this week I had not one but TWO cover reveals occur. The first one is the one that everybody has been waiting for, and HOLY CRAP … Continue reading Two Cover Reveals!
Yes, the title is correct. Darkling is now live and available over on Amazon. I'm super excited about this. How excited? So excited I'm going to be running a giveaway for a copy of Wraithkin, Darkling, and Kraken Mare, all autographed. All you need to do is Tweet it, tag me in it (@warpcordova), and voila! one entry. You can also tag … Continue reading Darkling is LIVE
It's release day for Devastator, book 2 of The Warp and direct sequel to Corruptor, the very first novel I had published under my own name. Let's get that Amazon rank up there and leave some reviews so people will think "Hey, fun YA that's age-appropriate!"
Two things... First off, Darkling is finished! It's now off and in the hands of the Super Mega Awesome Beta Force Crew for dissemination and assassination. Book 2 of the Kin Wars Saga had a ton of heartache, loyalty, and betrayal. Let the song of victory play! https://youtu.be/MH9FyLsfDzw Secondly, my article about the current kerfuffle within the … Continue reading Finished and Other News
Today is the release of the long-awaited first book of a brand new series I'm writing. Wraithkin is out and available in both print and e-format, and the early reviews is that all my hard work has come to fruition with this book. Run and buy, share, talk about it. Publicity never hurt a writer.
T-minus five days and counting until Honorcon. You might be wondering what panels I'll be doing, or what I plan on talking about, but you may be surprised to know that I'm actually working this convention for The Official Honor Harrington Fan Association. Being the Volunteer Coordinator is, well, a job that nobody wanted so … Continue reading No Time
Air! I can breathe! In all seriousness, it feels like I've been drowning in my writing the past few months. Ever since Eric and I wrapped up Kaiju Apocalypse III, it seems like my head has been underwater when it comes to writing. I may have burned myself out a bit (writing 4 books in 4 … Continue reading Too Stubborn
Before you freak out and grab your pitchforks, I'm hard at work on Murder World: Kaiju Dusk. Really, I am. It's coming along nicely, and I think everyone will be pleased to know that Captain Vincente and his crew is back for a second round. Eric and I should have this novel done by the end of … Continue reading Good Enough
Murder World: Kaiju Dawn is currently on sale for a mere $0.99 right now on Amazon Kindle (Prime members get it for free, as always). You really, really should buy it. Then review it. Then tell all your friends about how you'd sell your second born for the sequel (first born is a bit steep).
So Libertycon 27 came to a close and all in all, it went tremendously well. I met new people, made new friends, ran into old friends, made a fool of myself (this is typical) and am now dealing with a very screwed up sleep schedule. So I rolled into Libertycon about three in the afternoon … Continue reading Libertycon 27 AAR
I guest blogged over at Sarah Hoyt's site today. More on the Marion Zimmer Bradley issue, how it relates, and me asking why the SFWA hasn't kicked out their 2013 Grand Master and open pederast Samuel Delaney. I, uh, kinda lost my cool a bit. I'm going radio silent for the weekend. I won't be … Continue reading Guest Blogging Elsewhere and Libertycon Schedule
Late last night, while watching an absolutely atrocious movie, I had a thought experiment come to mind. I dismissed it quickly enough, since the whole point that the director tried to make was his attempt to cause the viewer to "think" (when, in reality, the message was more "I'm smarter and morally superior than you", but whatever), … Continue reading The Dilemma of Us
Next book in The Kaiju Wars series. I like it. Thoughts?
Finished Murder World today. Clocking in at around 52,500 words, it's quite frankly one hellishly fun and exciting book. I love each and every one of the characters, and whenever I killed one, I almost felt bad for them (almost... I've been watching a lot of Game of Thrones lately). Right now the Super Awesome Beta Reader Team is … Continue reading Murder World Complete