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March 2017



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writing eternal sky rog

that season left the world and then returned and now you're lit up by the city

Shattered Pillars is out tomorrow in the US! (Probably already available today in many fine bookstores, because it's not a hard on-sale date.)

Book Two of the Eternal Sky trilogy continues the story of Re Temur, exiled heir to his grandfather's Khaganate, and the Wizard Samarkar, Once-Princess of the Rasan Empire, as they struggle to stop the necromancer al-Sepehr from destroying the delicate balance of power of the kingdoms of the Celadon Highway.

To celebrate, I have been doing some guest blogs.

Over at A Dribble of Ink, I have ranted on the topic of grit, grimdarkness, and sexual violence--among other things. "I Love a Good Tragedy as Much as the Next Guy."

There's a brief piece of Eternal-Sky related fiction coming up over at the Dark Faerie Tales Fantastic Fables event, where there will also be an ARC giveaway.

And I will be signing at the New England Mobile Book Fair in Newton Highlands, MA at 7 pm on March 20th (that's this Wednesday), at Book People in Austin Texas at 7 pm on March 27th (that's next Wednesday), at Dragon's Lair (also in Austin) for their Indie Creator Night at 7 pm on March 28th (next Thursday, with Amanda Downum and others), and at Uncle Hugo's in Minneapolis, MN on April 13th (a Saturday, with Robin Hobb).


I got my copy yesterday, as Barnes and Noble had it on the shelf. I snatched that puppy up like it was made of gold.
Are you coming through the Chicago area any time soon?
I'll be at the ALA meeting in June. I may try to set up a signing with that boy I like somewhere in the area while I'm there.

Any suggestions for a good venue?
Anderson Books in Naperville. http://www.andersonsbookshop.com/ It's out of the city by a ways but as you can see from their website, they're well-versed in handling authors. There's train service from the city and I'd be happy to pick you up at the station.

And there's an Adagio tea shop just down the street!
Dragon's Lair! Yet another thing I miss about Austin.
Can't wait!
My pretty hardcover is shipping to me! Or so the email in my inbox this morning claimed.
My copy hath shipped, says a website on the internet. (Looking forward to putting one shiny cover beside the first shiny cover.)
Yay book!

Amazon delivered mine today!