I was working on Ascension, the sequel to Ravages of Honor: Conquest today and went looking for some references related to a plot point. Somehow I found the very first iteration of what was then the opening scene for RoH:C. I’m sharing it with you today because I want you to see what a differenceContinue reading “A blast from the past”
I’m very excited to share with you the opening of my short story, Good of the Many, released today in Worldbreakers, an anthology edited by Tony Daniel and Christopher Rucchio. Dedication Greater love hath no man…in recognition of the brave souls, Peter Wang, Alaina Petty, and Martin Duque. You embraced your duty sooner than youContinue reading “Excerpt from “Good of the Many””
I’m happy to present the release of Catching the Dark: An Alt History Short Story* as a standalone. Operation Barbarossa destroyed most of the Tsarina Tatiana Romanova’s aircraft. Sixteen-year-old Natalya loves to fly, to soar. And now she gets to. As the youngest member of the Tsarina’s Own Night Bomber regiment. A short story forContinue reading “Catching the Dark”
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Dominion: A Ravages of Honor Novella released as a standalone. Available now from your favorite retailer. books2read.com/Dominion-novella
I’m a very visual person and always have been. If I see it I can memorize it, learn it, remember it, etc. But listening has always been a bit more challenging. I get distracted–usually by visual stuff. But I really wanted to hear my short story, “Bonds of Love and Duty” being read. It’s beenContinue reading “Audio version of “Bonds of Love and Duty””
Mallory Caliborne’s luck hasn’t been the best lately. One might even say she was cursed. So what comes after a flood, a fire, and frogs? A vampire, werewolf, demon, and angel of course. http://www.books2read.com/TalesAroundTheSupperTable
Excerpt from my short story, Terms of Surrender, coming soon from CKP’s Men in Uniform.
David Weber and I both have stories in Robert E. Hampson’s upcoming The Founder Effect anthology (coming from Baen books in December). We thought it might be fun to share excerpts from our stories with you. You can find the excerpt from David’s story, Kamekura, here. For Norman Borlaug, the man who saved a billionContinue reading “Excerpt from The Cerberus Project”