I got reminded that they’re open until the middle of July (the link’s here). Before you ask: alas, I do not have an eligible book this time: FROZEN DREAMS was published before the period started, and TALES FROM THE FERMI RESOLUTION is a collection of short stories, not a novel. But I agree with Declan Finn that the Dragon Awards matter, and you should nominate the books published in the last year that you’ve read and liked.
It’s the year anniversary of the Penny Arcade racing league! In honor of it, I’m giving out Audible codes for FROZEN DREAMS to the podium winners. Should be fun: check it out! The various festivities start around 10:30 AM or so.
Found here. NFReads emailed me a couple of days ago to offer to do the online interview thing, and since I’m always happy to talk about myself, I agreed right away. It was fun, actually. The nice thing about being asking questions is that sometimes your answers surprise you, if only because you didn’t quite realize you had specific opinions on certain topics.
I gave it a year, but honestly it’s Amazon or nothing, folks. I’m not entirely thrilled about this, but I gotta be practical. FROZEN DREAMS is by far my best seller so far, and I was leaving money on the table by not having it on Kindle Unlimited.
This was the thing I was talking about yesterday. I can’t really talk about anything else about it, though. Suffice it to say that with FROZEN DREAMS in hardcover I am, once again, blazing a trail through the wild lands of self-publishing. Tell all your friends!
And, gonna be honest: audiobooks are not a trivial thing to produce. The FROZEN DREAMS audiobook was easily the hardest part of the Kickstarter to fulfill. I dunno if I can make one for TINSEL RAIN (working title for the sequel) absent a really, really good result in the next Kickstarter…
This is all a lot easier when you have an actual publisher, alas.