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After it became clear that we wouldn’t be holding the 1632 series minicon at Contemporal this year, we approached LibertyCon and they’ve agreed to host us. LibertyCon is a longstanding and very popular SF convention in Chattanooga that I’ve attended … Continue reading
I’ve discussed my publication schedule with Baen Books and here’s how it looks now: 1636: The Cardinal Virtues will be coming out in July, 2015. 1635: A Parcel of Rogues will be coming out in January, 2016 Ring of Fire … Continue reading
Test of scheduling feature.
There will be a performance next Wednesday of an audio drama based on a novella I write set in the Belisarius universe. The novella and the drama based on it is titled “Islands.” The script was written by Tony Daniel, … Continue reading
1636: Commander Cantrell in the West Indies – Snippet 19 Chapter 11 Undisclosed location near Wietze, USE Ann Koudsi finished her morning cup of broth — it had been unseasonably chilly overnight — and nosed back into her books and … Continue reading
I also wanted to drop a small note to everyone, letting them know that the bookstore is finally finished. All totaled I am selling signed, personalized copies (hardback, ARC, and trade paperback) of over 40 different books. Click here for … Continue reading
Dear friends, As many of you know, for the past several years I have been teaching a seminar once a year on the business of being a professional writer. This is a three-day seminar that I do with Kevin Anderson, … Continue reading
Eric’s got a new bookstore open: Click here to take a look! These are personalized & signed, mint-condition hardcopies, ARCs, and trade paperbacks. Quantities are limited. Get your copies while they last.
A number of people have asked me if I’ll be continuing the Jao Empire series I’ve been doing with Kathy Wentworth, now that Kathy has passed away. (She died in April from complications following cancer surgery.) The first two books … Continue reading
As people who visit here regularly have undoubtedly noticed by now, I’ve been in the process of redesigning and updating the web site lately. More precisely, given that I’m an electronic fumble-fingers of the first order, Brad Torgersen has been … Continue reading