Monthly Archives: November 2018

Audio Junction!

Na zdrave again! We’re toasting with a Starosel Merlot the announcement that we’ve sold Junction‘s audiobook rights to Tantor Audio. I just listened to a Tantor book last week, and I can’t wait to hear a posh British accent reading … Continue reading

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Pre-Order Junction?

Happy Black Friday, everyone! Boy, it sure would be nice if you could pre-order some book about alien monsters eating people and have it arrive just 16 days late for Christmas. Wait, you mean there IS a way you can … Continue reading

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Birds Fly past Brown Leaves

Birds fly past brown leaves. Until it snows, it will rain. Cars growl through puddles.

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Junction on Goodreads!

Junction is on Goodreads and Amazon! So if you have a review you’d like to write or a pre-order you’d like to make, go ahead. Follow your heart. When Japanese nature show host Daisuke Matsumori finds himself on an alien … Continue reading

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Cheers!

Na zdrave! Uh, I mean, kampai! Cheers, toss, za zdorov’ye, and eng deb-lulum! The ARC of Junction arrived and we’re toasting with Baileys! Thanks, @flametreepress and @DonDAuria ! The dream is becoming real.

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The Buses are Full

The buses are full. Gray, cold water on my neck. I put up my hood.

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White Clouds against Blue

White clouds against blue Behind brown leaves, behind glass Green lilies in pots

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The Pursuit

The Pursuit of Common Goals is the political union/philosophical school that represents a species of papionine, related to baboons and geladas (and more distantly to crested mangabeys). Pursuers (as members of the Pursuit are called) are convergently similar to humans, … Continue reading

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The Persimmon Sun

The persimmon sun on the chilly panel blocks Fog pools around us

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Small, medium, large stories

I’m trying a new technique with planning Fellow Tetrapod: asking myself: “what are the small, medium, and large stories of this novel?” Here are the answers: A biologist tries to open a restaurant, get a girlfriend, and find meaning in … Continue reading

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