A couple weeks ago I was the featured author on the Motiv8 website that has information about the Fantasy Fiction Tour ’08. So click the link, scroll down and check it out.
Today I caught my first whiff of someone not especially pleased with All My Holy Mountain. To date, all the feedback by email, website comment, personal conversation, etc., had been glowing, but the first neutral/negative reaction was bound to come at some point, and today was the day. Of course, I went right to Amazon[…]
I first came to St. Louis in August of ’93, which is a year no one around here will ever forget. I came cross country from Baltimore in my little, two door Toyota Tercel through a blistering summer heatwave, all that I owned of any significance in the hatchback. I had been vaguely aware, as[…]
Some of you are already aware of this, but this October 4-12, I will be traveling up the west coast with seven other Fantasy authors as part of the Fantasy Fiction Tour ’08. This is a fantastic opportunity for me on a lot of levels. First and foremost, it is a great chance to promote[…]
So, in a few weeks I’ll be in Baltimore, legendary birthplace of …. me. As always, when I visit I like to have a small signing at the church I attended when I lived in Baltimore as a kid. Since I went to Australia with my family during June last year, I didn’t go east[…]
As the saga of “The Binding of the Blade” wraps up, all roads lead to the Mountain. I have always loved the imagery associated with the holy mountain in Isaiah, and so creating a world where the central geographic feature was “the Holy Mountain” was a lot of fun. For four books the action has[…]
I alluded to this in my post about enjoying summer break, but this summer I am working on two projects at the same time – or trying to. As it turns out, it isn’t easy. I’ve blogged about the fiction project, so I’ll briefly mention the other one here. Again, it isn’t under contract (yet),[…]
According to an email I received within the last hour, All My Holy Mountain is supposed to arrive at P&R from the printer by 6/10, which means on or about that date, P&R will start filling orders. If you’ve ordered directly from them, then the book shoud be sent directly to you. If you ordered[…]