A recent statistic I heard was a USA one–14 million people had filed for unemployment benefits in the last 30 days. That’s 15% of the USA workforce! I’m quite sure that unemployment figures for the rest of the world will be in proportion to that. The latest statistic I can find for Canada is that […]
The Indigo Reports
Because I always release books on Wednesday, and the Indigo Reports series was released three weeks apart, the release of the very last book landed on Christmas Day. Which made me reflect that Christmas rarely shows up in science fiction. I can’t think of a single SF novel that even mentions Christmas, let alone has
There are a great many authors out there who like to tell the public that it takes them years write a book, which involves painful rewrites, dozens of them. I have never done that, not even on my first book. For a first book, I seem to remember (it was a long time ago!) that it
I’ve always made the assumption (presumption, probably) that any publishing company in the business of publishing science fiction is likely ahead of the curve when it comes to technology. Afterall, Baen Books (and I believe Tor, too) have taken the stance that DRM protection on ebooks is harmful to the industry overall, and don’t put
New Star Rising has been released on Amazon. If you’re a Kindle Unlimited reader, you can now download your copy, too. While this series is working it’s way through the release schedule, I’m rapidly building a new world and series. I can’t tell you anything about it yet, except that it will be space opera,
If you’re new to my books, or if you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, then you’ll be pleased to know that Flying Blind is now released and available on Amazon and in the Kindle Unlimited program. I would urge you to grab the title now, if you’re a KU subscriber, as the book won’t be staying in
Releases on October 2, 2019. Here for early reviews, blurb, excerpt and all the buy links.