There is only one solution. And each of you have held the product of that solution in your hands!
Next time you talk to a writer, tell them thank you. Because they are drug addicts and endanger their lives every day!Read More
It begs the question: If you could build your own anthology—fantasy, sci-fi, or horror—what authors would comprise it? Wow me!Read More
When he responded, it changed my life.
Have you ever handwritten a letter to an author? And what happened?Read More
So, if you haven’t already guessed it from the posts that have come before, publishing is one of those jobs that can Eat Your Life–albeit in a particularly wonderful way that lets you read all sorts of great books before the rest of the world has even seen them. But there’s no such thing [...]Read More
Earlier this week, on one of the gaming forums that I frequent, a fan asked me for writing advice. I gave him my usual multi-paragraph spiel, both about writing and about publishing. But afterward, I got to thinking, and I realized a funny thing. The writing advice I always give, if boiled down to its [...]Read More
Rather than discuss anything “out there” in the genre today, I’m going to take a trip inside, and I’m going to drag you–kicking and screaming, if necessary–with me.
Specifically, I want to take you inside the mind of a writer. Oddly enough, this writer.
As best I can tell, from multiple conversations with other authors, I’m a [...]
The pleasures of Gail Carriger’s Parasol Protectorate urban fantasy series–haute steampunk fashion! hawt werewolves! dirigibles! and the most kickass spinster in history!–are manifold…but perhaps chief among them is the company of Gail Carriger herself and her Austenian wit, her Wodehousian feeling for the absurd. After reading Soulless, this particular reader found herself wishing she could [...]Read More
Del Rey and Random House are proud to announce our list of authors who will be appearing at San Diego Comic Con, from July 22nd through July 25th. Click through to read the full list.Read More
Authors and editors frequently become good friends. Both know that the professional relationship may not last forever–either can change publishing houses–but I’ve learned never to say a final goodbye, because the winds of change can bring people back together just as easily as it parted them. So has it been with me and Elizabeth Moon, [...]Read More
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