Writing Fight Scene: now an ebook!

Remember how I was writing all those posts on how to write fight scenes? Well, it occurred to me that it might be nice to have them collated in a much easier-to-read format. And, y’know, to revise and expand them while I was at it.

Writing Fight Scenes coverLadies, gentlemen, and swordspeople of all types, I give you Writing Fight Scenes: The Ebook Version. Complete with all the posts from the blog series (now in improved order, with additional thoughts), plus a few illustrative examples. It is, of course, on sale at Book View Cafe, along with Kobo, Barnes and Noble (Nook), and Amazon (Kindle).

(This, by the way, is why I chose to put Lies and Prophecy on special at BVC this month. Not just to celebrate my birthday, but also because I knew I had this coming out, too. It’ll stay a dollar off until the end of the month.)

If you know of people for whom this might be of interest, please do point them at it! Nonfiction is sort of a new thing for me, so signal-boosting would be much appreciated.

7 Responses to “Writing Fight Scene: now an ebook!”

  1. Anonymous

    Ordered! (It’s still in pre-orders for Kobo).

    Thanks so much!

  2. yhlee

    I bought it and am looking forward to, uh, figuring out where the heck the connection cable is for my ereader so I can read it. 😀

      • yhlee

        I am the world’s most inept person ever at tracking cables. It’s not even funny.

        However! It turns out the same cable used to charge my smartphone and my Kindle DX also works for my ereader. I started reading today. Yay!

  3. Marie Brennan

    Weird. This is the first time I’ve tried doing the pre-orders thing, but the pub date was yesterday; it should have been good to go. Have you received it yet?

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