‘Tis the season of good news, after all . . . .

I’ve been scarce around here because I’m head-down in the third book of the Memoirs, but I do feel compelled to brag a little bit more. πŸ™‚

The big thing is the Sword and Laser podcast (also posted here), which gives a brief but glowing review of A Natural History of Dragons. Why is this a big thing? Well, apart from the fact that they’ll be interviewing me soon, check out the URL on that first link. They’re partnered with BoingBoing, which means that for a little while yesterday, their review was posted on the front page of BoingBoing.

I don’t know what that did to my sales, but I bet it was pretty good. ^_^

And then you’ve got Mary Robinette Kowal saying exceedingly nice things over on Book Smugglers, and Liz Bourke singled it out as one of her favorite books of the year, and so did Juliet Kincaid, and y’all, this is so totally the best thing I could have when we’re nine days from the solstice and I’m in the Middle of the Book and everything is conspiring to make me have no energy and just want to sleeeeeeeeep. (Well, that and caffeine. Of which I have some in the fridge.)

Now if you’ll pardon me, I have to go chop a character’s hand off.

(No, I’m not telling you whose.)

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6 Responses to “‘Tis the season of good news, after all . . . .”

  1. lowellboyslash

    o/ A winner is you! For so many reasons. πŸ˜€

  2. kurayami_hime

    Is the hand chopping my fault? I feel like it is…

  3. between4walls

    Yay! For both recognition and (fictional) peril.

    Btw, could I be added to the Lymond filter? Even if it hasn’t been active in a while, I was interested in what was there re: structure.

  4. squishymeister

    awesome! Especially the bit about the hand πŸ˜‰

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