Monthly Archives: September 2013

At Rainfurrest!

E-mail and FA responses will be slow until about Wednesday. But if you are also here in Seattle, you can come see me this afternoon at 4 and 5 at my panels! Check the RF schedule for location because I … Continue reading

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Audiobook Updates!

I have submitted Bridges and Isolation Play for review, so barring any technical problems, they should be up for sale in about three weeks. Savrin is diving right into Divisions, and would like to have book 4 done so that … Continue reading

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RainFurrest: My Schedule

I’ll be at RainFurrest this weekend, at the Seattle/Tacoma Airport Hilton. I’m arriving sometime Thursday by car and will be diving immediately into panels. Friday morning I’ll be helping open the Sofawolf table and will be behind it when I’m … Continue reading

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On Reviews And Things

Whenever I log into Goodreads, I see a long list of people who are following my reviews. This makes me feel a little guilty, because the number of reviews I have posted on Goodreads right now stands at a nice … Continue reading

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PornCampWest Recap

The Circlet Press Retreat, dubbed “Porn Camp West” for hashtag purposes, went from Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon, and as I’d never been to one and only knew Cecilia Tan (the founder and owner of Circlet), I wasn’t sure what … Continue reading

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Upcoming Fox Activities

This weekend is going to be pretty cool: I’m going on an author retreat hosted by Circlet Press, which I got invited to because I sold them a story a couple years back. I met their editor-in-chief at WorldCon last … Continue reading

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Why You Should Buy A Supporting WorldCon Membership

So after that long journal entry I wrote, why should you pay $40-50 to get a supporting membership (non-attending) to WorldCon? Well, it depends. I’m guessing this applies more to my fans than to furries in general, because you guys … Continue reading

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iBooks Still Reviewing Divisions and Winter Games

FYI, those who are waiting, I sent the iBooks people an e-mail and they wrote back saying that the books are still in review (it’s been five weeks now) and they don’t have a timeline for when they’ll be posted. … Continue reading

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Fandom Observations

Ursula Vernon wrote about the age problem in SF fandom on her journal, and I had a couple followup observations/thoughts/somethings. Furry fandom, as she noted, is extremely young. Whenever I go to a furry con, I feel like a greymuzzle … Continue reading

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Back from WorldCon

As those of you following my Twitter feed will know, I am back in the Bay Area after a very fun WorldCon. It seemed more relaxed overall and I got to meet up with some of my F/SF friends and … Continue reading

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