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The Denver and Dallas Comic Con Retrospective

We’ve been on the road quite a bit lately with the WordFire Press team, and now Rebecca and I are going even further, hopping down under to Australia for Supanova in Sidney and Perth! But before we go, I wanted to let you know how the last couple of conventions have gone for us.

In short: Fantastically.

Now for a little longer review…

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Get Your Signed Limited CLOCKWORK LIVES Booklet (and a CLOCKWORK Tarot Card!)

To celebrate the upcoming release of CLOCKWORK LIVES, the second “Clockwork” novel written with Neil Peart and based on the fabulous steampunk universe from the Rush album “Clockwork Lives,” ECW Press created a lovely sneak-preview booklet containing The Bookseller’s Tale…one of the stories from CLOCKWORK LIVES.  That book is a novel in its own right, intertwined with a sequence of steampunk “Canterbury Tales” featuring familiar and new characters.  The Bookseller’s Tale features the story of the strange interdimensonal bookseller Mrs.

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Time for a Truly Epic (Fantasy) StoryBundle!

You know how much I love epic adventure of the fantastical sort, which is why I’m so pleased to announce a new Truly Epic Fantasy StoryBundle! This one will include the first volume of my role-playing game trilogy, Gamearth, where self-aware fantasy game characters engage their own players in a fight for control and survival.

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WordFire Press Books to Appear in Australia Through Satalyte Publishing

Some news to share about our publishing company, WordFire Press. This way we’ll be ready for Supanova in Sidney and Perth in June!

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In a major deal, WordFire Press—owned by international bestselling authors Kevin J. Anderson and Rebecca Moesta—signed an agreement with Australia’s Satalyte Publishing to print and distribute their novels in Australia. The first titles will be available at Supanova Sydney June 20–21, where Anderson and Moesta are the two featured author guests.

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Writers and Illustrators of the Future Award Ceremony 2015: Always an Inspiring Event

Rebecca and I just got back from the Writers and Illustrators of the Future weekend. This event never fails to fill me with huge hope, seeing so many talented people being honored for their amazing work and setting the standard for the next generation of science fiction and fantasy writers and artists.

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Yes, WonderCon was full of wonder!

What a con! First off, how can a con weekend not go well when it starts with a visit to Disneyland? Our hotel was literally across the street from the theme park in Anaheim, CA, and Rebecca and I enjoyed a little “stroll,” getting back in touch with our inner children (yes, they’re still there).

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First Hugo Award Nomination

Politics aside, please.

I am very pleased to announce that the first book in my Saga of Shadows space opera epic, The Dark Between the Stars (Tor Books, June 2014) is a finalist for the 2015 Hugo Award to be presented at Sasquan, the World Science Fiction Convention.  Over the course of my career I’ve published over 120 books and I’ve won or been nominated for the Nebula Award, Bram Stoker Award, Shamus Award, and others, but never the Hugo Award.

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Nothing Humble About This!

Humble Bundle, the biggest of all the book bundling sites, is giving me and my publishing company WordFire Press a huge show of support by launching a new bundle composed entirely of WFP titles.  This is really cool, and we’re thrilled to have such a big spotlight.

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TRAVELING IN TIME—ALL IN A BUNDLE

Everybody loves time travel stories. As a little kid I remember my parents taking me to the movie theater to see THE TIME MACHINE, starring Rod Taylor, based on the HG Wells novel. It was fascinating to watch the machine spin forward in time as the sun and moon whirled over head.

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Remembering Louis Moesta

Yesterday we laid Rebecca’s father Louis Moesta to rest in Ft Logan National Cemetery in Denver.  He was 89 years old and I was honored to know him for 25 of those years. He was my father-in-law, but I never had any problem at all calling him “Dad.”  You will see his name in the acknowledgments page of many of my books, and on the dedication page of several.

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