My reading recommendation is up on the Baen podcast. is one reprint – the cheapest. All ofthe reprints apparently suffer from average quality. this one is available in Kindle GOD DOES NOT FORGET: The Story of a Boer War Commando by: Deneys Reitz “One of the greatest war books ever written.” “A vivid, unforgettable picture … Continue reading
THE KRUMHORN AND MISERICORDE A longish short story, concerning the back history of a character who has appeared in a number of the books and in the new one (BURDENS OF THE DEAD, Due out on the 4th of June from Baen Books) takes a major role. It is set in the Heirs of Alexandria … Continue reading
Hopefully the page for the e-book is now up and you can follow the links.
The Forlorn was the first book I actually sold to a traditional publishing house. Out of the about 3000 sluch submissions that year, they bought one… This one. It was the second book up on the Baen Free Library, and many people have read it, but as the rights have now returned to me, and … Continue reading
I have thrown this pod out has far as possible… http://www.baen.com/podcast/podcast.asp If you catch it, throw it on.
The picture is a link Amazon, bringing me an extra 6% if you decide to click and by via it. It doesn’t cost you anything extra. I somehow forgot to put up here that AMW is now available as an e-book from… yours truly. So instead of 6 cents in the dollar I got for … Continue reading
Ok so – my comment about not telling authors reached someone with the lights switched on upstairs (Yes, I am always complimentary. Never ever sarcastic. Me? I am shocked. And also grateful.) BURDENS OF THE DEAD, by Freer, Flint and Lackey will be in bookstores and available online June 4, 2013. The picture is a link, … Continue reading
I believe – no one tells authors these things, what do they have to do with their books? and of what possible interest could it be to their readers and followers, after all? – that the Paperback launch of DOG & DRAGON was today. I believe Barnes and Noble and Simon and Schuster (who do … Continue reading
Amazon link for the sequel to Cuttlefish
I have a tail. A fluffy green and pink tail. It’s not just stuck onto me. It’s part of me. I found out, the hard way. I thought it was just another one of their pranks that they think are so clever. I suppose running all the way back to that flea-hovel they call home … Continue reading