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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Help Release The Dragonswarm

Tweet Incidentally, if you want to check out my KickStarter campaign, it’s here: The goal of the campaign is to pay the production costs of publishing an indie novel. I won’t beg and plead with you to share your hard-earned money, because I’ll be publishing this book even if the campaign isn’t funded. I’ve […]

Supporting the Arts with a New Patronage

Tweet About a month ago I got an email from an old friend and ended up posting my response here as an excellent summary of my plans for the Consortium. You might remember that. He wrote back right away to ask me for some more details, and it has taken me a month to answer. […]

Work-in-Progress Update for November 2011

Tweet Tuesday I talked about being a publisher as well as a writer. I was a little surprised when no one (yet) piped up to complain, because I’ve had a lot of people asking me with vigorous interest, “When will book two be done?!?!” I always want to feign a little bit of bafflement at […]

On Being a Publisher

Tweet It’s National Novel Writing Month. I’ll have to do a post about my annual spreadsheet again this year, because (once again) it’s a very interesting story. Alas, I’m not the story’s hero this time. I’m still pretty thrilled with the plot developments, though. Here’s what I’m getting at: I’m not getting much writing done. […]

Honors, Accolades, and Interviews

Tweet I spent Tuesday telling you what you already know (about me, about my books, and about my publishing company). I figured maybe I should make up for that by spending today sharing some news. You might’ve already gotten a hint at some of it if you follow me on Twitter. This morning I posted: […]

A Brief Summary of My Awesome Life

Tweet This post won’t be news to most of you. If you already know everything there is to know about the Consortium, you can skip it altogether. But I got an email this morning from an old blogging buddy, checking in. He started the message off by asking, quite offhand, if I had any interesting […]