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2017

ConStellation 8
Lincoln, NE
April 28-30

MileHiCon 49
Denver, CO
October 27-29

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Join the Scavenger Hunt and Win a Copy of Petra or Petra Released!

Now that all three installments of my Calico in Conversation interview are live, it’s time for a little game . . . and you could win a free ebook copy of either Petra or Petra Released!

See, it’s a scavenger hunt.  All you have to do is correctly answer three questions about the interview, and you will be entered in a drawing for your choice of either ebook.  You only have until August 30th to enter, though, so hurry.

(They’re easy questions, don’t worry.)

And the more people who enter, the more freebies will be available.  See here for details and spread the word.

What are you waiting for?  Click here to get started!

Current Music: "Wild One"--Thin Lizzy

Calico in Conversation Interviews Your Humble Servant (Me)

The fabulous Shara White is the brains behind the Calico in Conversation interview series, in which she chats with various authors about . . . well, whatever comes up in conversation. And this month, her featured author is, uh, me.

Part one of the interview is here. Part two will go up on the 9th, with part three following a week later. I’ll update this post with the links when I have them. The interview was conducted over several months, and covers a variety of topics. Of course, there’s plenty of talk about Petra and Petra Released.  But we also discuss lessons one can learn from karaoke, politics in fiction, and even a bit about Harlan Ellison. Because Harlan Ellison, that’s why.

This interview was a lot of work. But a lot of fun, too. So do check it out.

Current Music: "Tears"--Rush

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