Monthly Archives: June 2013

It’s my stuff, too.

A little background: Diverse Energies is a young-adult anthology of dystopian stories featuring racially, ethnically, and internationally diverse heroes. My story, “Gods of the Dimming Light,” is about an American kid of Indonesian descent caught up in the apocalyptic events … Continue reading

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Hey, there, The Boy at the End of the World is today’s Amazon Kindle Kid’s Daily Deal. What does that mean? Well, it’s good for me because it means today Amazon splashes it all over social media. And it’s good … Continue reading

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A note on a sequel to The Boy at the End of the World

I absolutely love getting mail from readers. Sincerely, I do. If something I wrote moved a reader enough that they want to share something about their reading experience with me, I’m happier than the proverbial gull in an eel barrel. … Continue reading

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California Bones on the Tor/Forge blog

Hey, it’s the first official mention of my next book, California Bones, over at the Tor/Forge blog. “A heist novel set in a grisly and fantastic alternate Los Angeles in which magical power is derived from what — or who … Continue reading

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