Be yourself; everyone else is already taken
Last week about this time, everyone on the mailing list got a free copy of my Rowan Harbor novella, Succubus and the City. Now, I’m making it available to anyone who would like to sign up.
Succubus and the City is the story of Sean’s brother, and how he’s doing in the fallout of Hawk in the Rowan. You don’t have to have read Hawk, or any Rowan Harbor book, for Succubus to make sense. But it does contain a spoiler for something that happens in book four of the series.
As of Tuesday, Blackbird in the Reeds is available on Audible, and I have to say I’m incredibly excited about it. Chris Chambers has done an amazing job bringing the book to life, and I cannot wait to hear what he does with the next book in the series!
(for anyone who gets this far, I know I’ve been thoroughly remiss in updating recently, and I’m trying to do better. Thanks for sticking with me.)
If you haven’t got anything nice to say about anybody, come sit next to me.
Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak. Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.
You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.
Put down everything that comes into your head and then you’re a writer. But an author is one who can judge his own stuff’s worth, without pity, and destroy most of it.
As for literary criticism in general: I have long felt that any reviewer who expresses rage and loathing for a novel or a play or a poem is preposterous. He or she is like a person who has put on full armor and attacked a hot fudge sundae or a banana split.
Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there someday.
Always forgive your enemies – nothing annoys them so much.