Hello all! Pre-order links for Noumenon Ultra–the final installment in the Noumenon trilogy–are now live! Noumenon Ultra takes us far beyond the origins of Convoy Seven and Convoy Twelve to examine the evolution of human civilization and answer a question billions of years in the making: What are the ancient megastructures actually for? Who designedContinue reading “Cover Reveal for Noumenon Ultra!”
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Arkansas Literary Festival, April 25th-28th
Hello all! At the end of this month I’ll be attending the Arkansas Literary Festival in Little Rock, Arkansas. Arkady Martin, author of A Memory Called Empire, and I will be on a joint panel at 2:30pm on April 27th, at the UA Little Rock Downtown location, next to the Main Library (333 President ClintonContinue reading “Arkansas Literary Festival, April 25th-28th”
NOUMENON INFINITY is HERE!
Today is release day in North America! Yay! Here’s me this morning, ridiculously ecstatic (wild hair and everything): Tonight is my party at Nightbird Books in Fayetteville, AR, and you’re invited! Details here. If you can’t make it to the party, you can still pick up a copy of Infinity at Barnes & Noble, Amazon,Continue reading “NOUMENON INFINITY is HERE!”
NOUMENON INFINITY is One of August’s Best Sci-Fi Novels!
Noumenon Infinity is making all sorts of recommendation lists, and I couldn’t be happier! There’s still time to pre-order. August 14th will be here quicker than you think! Check out these roundups–Infinity is in great company. Bookish: Summer 2018’s Hottest Sci-Fi and Fantasy Unbound Worlds: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books of August 2018 BarnesContinue reading “NOUMENON INFINITY is One of August’s Best Sci-Fi Novels!”
Would You Like a Bookplate?
What is a bookplate, you ask (or even if you didn’t, here’s a refresher)? Traditionally, it’s a way for a book owner to identify that a book is indeed theirs. Think of “Form the library of” stamps. Authors use bookplates, however, to provide signatures to readers we might otherwise be unable to reach, or inContinue reading “Would You Like a Bookplate?”