It Never Gets Old

Coco Is Sure That’s a Crashing Spaceship

Just this last weekend, I received a copy of the first review of Library of the Sapphire Wind, my forthcoming February 2022 release.   It’s from Publisher’s Weekly

The review is a little spoilery, so out of respect for those who hate spoilers, I won’t quote it all here but I can’t resist quoting the final line: “This vivid, magical tale is sure to please.”

I’ve been a fulltime writer since mid-1994, with my first novel (Brother to Dragons, Companion to Owls) coming out December of that year.  You’d think that finding out that a perfect stranger is enthusiastic about one of my books would get old, but it never does.

If you’re interested in learning more about the actual novels, Baen Books has eARC’s available.  You can find Library of the Sapphire Wind here, and if you really want a jump on the series, Aurora Borealis Bridge, which won’t be out until April, can be found here.

Remember, ARCs (advanced review copies) are based on uncorrected proofs.  In fact, my other job starting the middle of last week has been reviewing the proofs for Aurora Borealis Bridge.  I’m not making any major changes, so while the prose may differ slightly, the story remains the same.

In promised new news (and explaining the picture accompanying this piece), last week I finally finished getting the last of my backlist series titles up in a new e-book edition.  Artemis Invaded joins Artemis Awakening, both with new covers by Jane Noel, and extra content essays by me.

If you prefer print, I have hard cover copies of both Artemis Awakening and Artemis Invaded in my website bookstore.

Next title up for a new e-book edition will be my stand alone novel, Child of a Rainless Year, but this won’t be until sometime in the new year.

Right now, as I finish projects, I’m letting myself have a little downtime, but I’m not there yet!  Time to go read more of those proofs!

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