Six billion errands today.

Motor vehicle’s, veterinarian, kid’s math homework was designed by Satan — Sudoku fractions? Really? Really? — and I discovered that Eric Flint’s got something called Ring of Fire Press and that was when the giant destroying of time started.  I’m a sucker for that series, I truly am.  And before you ask: there’s a damned steep learning curve to surmount before I could write in that universe. I am perfectly content to let other people do the heavy research lifting on this one.

Oh, bless you Baen Ebooks…

…for your ARC drops today. Ring of Fire IV, a book short stories in John Ringo’s Black Tide Rising series, and a new Leary-Mundy book from David Drake.  It’s like the publisher knew that February was pure Hell on Earth for me. Or that I’m still going to be white-knuckling March.

Book of the Week: “1635: A Parcel of Rogues.”

1635: A Parcel of Rogues is the latest in Eric Flint’s Ring of Fire alternate history / time travel series, and I’ll be honest: this one is about me. This is gonna be the literary equivalent of comfort food.  Not yet released, but you can get the Advance Reader Copy here. I plan to, as soon as I figure out the exact details.

And so, adieu to The Art of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. Continue reading Book of the Week: “1635: A Parcel of Rogues.”