New Reviews Online and Other Updates

My friends, I apologize for being quiet of late.  The good news is, I’ve been quiet because I’ve been busy.  That’s forgivable, right?  Work is good.  It means I’ve been staying out of trouble, and didn’t end up pantsless in Tijuana.  Not recently, anyway….

I’ve had a whopping four reviews go on on in the past week, so if you haven’t dropped by there lately, you might have missed them.  So go on, go and check out my coverage of the following:

1) Libriomancer, by Jim C. Hines.  An urban fantasy love letter to the geek in all of us.

2) Every Day by David Levithan. A YA that challenges the very concept of identity.

3) Throne of Glass, by Sarah J. Maas. A teenage assassin fights in a royal tournament.

4) The Dirty Streets of Heaven, by Tad Williams. An urban fantasy/thriller with angels and demons.

And in other updates:

1) Scheherazade’s Facade is still moving along, a little behind schedule but fully on track for a September release, as far as I know.  The proofs have been approved by each author and myself, copy-edited a few dozen times, and sent back to the publisher for final transition.  All is well.  We’re down to last-minute nitpicky details and logistics as we prepare for sending out rewards and books.  Yay!  Publishers Weekly said nice things about us! Double yay!

2) Like A Cunning Plan: Erotic Trickster Tales, my first anthology for Circlet Press, has been out for a little over three months, and I still haven’t seen a single review.  This makes me very sad.  Won’t someone read this anthology and post a review on Amazon or Goodreads or their blog, or something?Now look, I’m reduced to begging. Is this really how you want me to end up? For shame. I’ve offered it to every review site I can think of, and no one really seems interested, which I think is a dreadful thing. So anyway….

Oh, and finally,  Fantastic Erotica: The Best of Circlet Press 2008-2012, featuring my story, “The Devil’s Masquerade,” is now available as a trade paperback via all the usual mediums and booksellers.  You know you want it, it’s awesome!


Th-th-th-th-th-that’s all for now, folks!

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