I’ll Sleep When It’s May: Stop. Drop. And Write.

I’ll be in stealth mode throughout April this year. I’ve got edits due on THE MIRROR EMPIRE and a writing retreat later in the month exclusively dedicated to burning through pages on book 2, and the last thing I need to be doing when completing loads of work is chatting with other humans, even and especially on the internet.

The good news is I do have a few things I’ve already completed and/or have scheduled to go live in April, so I’ll swing by to share those when I can. But I’ll be far more sporadic than usual. I’m writing this for me as much for you, as it encourages me to follow through with having my spouse hide the router for days at a time.

Reminders While I’m Out: 

1) The UK ebooks of both GOD’S WAR and INFIDEL are on sale right now through the end of April for just 3.99 (INFIDEL’s release has moved up to April 1 from May 1, so order now to download immediately on release). Grab them while you can, because the minute the Clarke Award winner is announced, that’s it. C’est finis.

2) If you’d like to contact me for interviews, podcasts, blurbs, quotes, and all other manner of things, please drop me an email. I’m not likely to see it on Twitter or Facebook right now, but I’m still happy to participate in projects.

3) Be sure to support the great work being done by other folks.

4) And above all else, never stop yelling on the Internet. And bust that out into your real life on occasion, yeah? Change doesn’t happen by shutting up and sitting still.

With that said, I’m going to get to the fuck work.









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