Monthly Archives: August 2013

Posted in Audio books, Cast, ebooks, Elantra, Luna, writing.

It’s a little on the later side because I am packing for Worldcon, but Cast In Sorrow should be available in the wild, deliveries and orders willing. The ebook should be available at all ebook sellers as of today; at least one person has said their library has it. The audio book, however, is not yet available. My publisher said, in response to my panicked email, that Audible.com will be releasing the book, but a bit later (in September). I’m sorry about the delay >.< (Edited to add: from Laura in comments below: The audiobook is now available.) I am actually writing this on my iPad at the bookstore, because of course the books arrived here just after I’d left … Continue reading 

Posted in Appearances.

It’s just occurred to me that I won’t actually be home for the release day of Cast in Sorrow. I’ll be in San Antonio, for the Worldcon. And this is what I’ll be doing there, officially: Kaffeeklatsch Thursday 14:00 – 15:00 —- Best Practices from Booksellers Thursday 21:00 – 22:00 Our experts discuss hand selling, community-building, and other tips and tricks for new authors. Gini Koch (M), Michelle Sagara, Michael J. Walsh, Peggy Hailey, Lawrence Person —- Stroll with the Stars Friday Friday 09:00 – 10:00 Neil Clarke, Brenda Cooper, Ellen Datlow, Michelle Sagara, Bobbie DuFault, Gay Haldeman, Joe Haldeman, John Berlyne, Paul Cornell, Scott Edelman —- Reading Saturday 13:00 – 14:00 (I have 50 minutes! I am already trying … Continue reading 

Posted in Appearances, Cast, DAW, ebooks, Elantra, Essalieyan, Luna, writing, Conventions.

I am home. I have more or less recovered from the flight between Melbourne and Toronto (Michelle is not the world’s best traveler, for all kinds of reasons, not the least of which is: when I get off the plane, the first thing I want to do is crawl into my own bed and sleep for a day.) I loved Melbourne, though. I got a lot of work done, there. I have been working on Cast in Flame. My simple “Kaylin needs to find a new apartment plot” has kind of been hit hard by two unforeseen complications. Unforeseen because I had originally thought of doing this story before Kaylin went to the West March. After the West March has … Continue reading