Monthly Archives: February 2012

Upcoming Appearance – WonderCon 2012

I’ll be on the following panel at WonderCon on Sunday, March 18, starting at 1:30: 1:30-2:30 Cityscapes AKA Picking on Los Angeles— How does setting inform story? Travel through Victorian London to contemporary Southern California to a postapocalyptic landscape with … Continue reading

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The Boy at the End of the World – Andre Norton om nom

So, The Boy at the End of the World is a nominee for the Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy! (This is an award voted on by the membership of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers … Continue reading

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Above World

I know people are sometimes suspicious when they see books blurbed by friends of the author. That’s understandable. I was in the position with my first book of having to hunt blurbs from friends, and it made me feel squicky. … Continue reading

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Little League

I only discovered Little League, like, seven minutes ago, but it’s already my new favorite comic strip. I love the adorabliosity of it, and I love the character designs and tone. The aged newsprint look of the gutters is a … Continue reading

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Con-Dor

Just a quick note: Due to a family commitment that I have failed to weasel my way out of, I won’t be able to attend Con-Dor this year as I’d planned. If you were hoping to see me there, I … Continue reading

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The Boy at the End of the World makes the Locus Recommended Reading List

The Boy at the End of the World made the Locus 2011 Recommended Reading List in the Young Adult Novel category. Very flattering to be on that list, and particularly nice to see so many friends in the various categories.

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