In the E-Mail: Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue #1.

It appears that they have worked out the bugs in order to let Flint’s 163x alternate history series continue. Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue #1 is hopefully one of many. I’ve always liked this particular series because it’s provided me with a plethora of interesting information about topics that normally I would have never studied on my own. Even something as prosaic as the subtle differences between baking powder and baking soda, which was something I probably should have known about before some people wrote an adventure novel about it.

Anyway, I look forward to this series. If a subscription service is planned, I may even sign up for it…

Now is the time to read *and review* GHOSTS ON AN ALIEN WIND!

The print version of GHOSTS ON AN ALIEN WIND is off for review, and hopefully it’ll be approved in the next couple of days. Equally hopefully, I’ll have copies for Doxacon. In the meantime: once you’re done with the book, don’t forget to review it on Amazon and Goodreads! Reviews (and ratings) are the lifeblood of modern authors. The more there are, the more interest is taken in the book. The more interest is taken, the better the sale numbers — which is how you get authors to get more books published. ‘Tis the Circle of Print, although hopefully with fewer dead zebra.

Moe Lane

The September Patreon stuff is up!

In the veritable nick of time, but that’s okay.