Hiya, there. Look, sorry this space has lately been just book newsy stuffins instead of other stuffins. Not much else going on right now, which, frankly is fine with me. Though I’ll try to get back to posting more stuff about beach walks and the dog and tacos and stuff, because those things are very important to me as well. I mean, this is San Diego and the tacos are just OUTSTANDING, in case I haven’t mentioned it before. I probably have. In fact, I’m sure I have mentioned the tacos PLENTY.
Gwenda Bond reviews The Boy at the End of the World in Locus Magazine, saying “The sure-footed pacing, deft balance of humor with serious, memorable characters, and well-crafted action sequences combine to make this van Eekhout’s most accomplished work to date.”
If you’re anywhere near Columbus, Ohio, please consider swinging by the Barnes and Noble in Lennox Town Shopping Center on Saturday, April 16, at 7:30pm. Not only will I be there, but so will Paolo Bacigalupi, C.C. Finlay, Sandra McDonald, Paul Melko, and Sarah Prineas, all signing books and whatnot. Here are some details.
Have you a paper allergy? Is that what’s kept you from reading Kid vs. Squid? Well, I now remove your excuse by pointing you to the just-now-available Kindle version. I care about you and your itches.
Were you hoping to snatch an advance reader copy of The Boy at the End of the World? Have you acted upon this hope by entering my Goodreads ARC giveaway? No??? Goodness. Well, I am making it very easy for you to act upon your hope by providing a clicky below.