I wrote a book. Again. An actual whole other book. Well actually, like last time, it’s a novella–that no man’s land between full-fledged novel and short story. This one’s called The Haunting of Tram Car 015. It debuts in one week, so I thought it might be important that I tell people about it.
That amazing cover is courtesy of artist Stephan Martiniere.
It’s that time of year again, Black History Month. And in this year two-thousand and nineteen of our One True King T’Challa, we heading back to Wakanda to celebrate. Black Passport Twitter you’re not invited, because sometimes you can be obnoxious. Sorry, not sorry.
Okay, okay. You guys can come too. Just try not to be obnoxious.
Kicking off another year with this “for the good of the order” thing. Late but here. In this installment, I look back on 2018 in my SFF writing life–(big tings happened)–and what I might hope for in 2019. Here we go.
Have I really hemmed and hawed and procrastinated until the waning days of 2018 to do one of those SF/F award-y list-y things for the Hugos, Nebulas, and what-not? Absolutely and of course! Hopefully I caught ya’ll at a good time….
I wrote a book. An actual book. Well, it’s a novella–that no man’s land between full fledged novel and short story. It’s called The Black God’s Drums. And it debuts in one week. I thought it might be important that I tell people about it.
That amazing cover is courtesy of artist Chris McGrath.