This week I’ll be getting ready for the furthest west con of the year so far, and what’s more it’s in my own home town. Hot diggety! BristolCon is landing on Saturday 25th for a whole day of hog-tying, hoe-downing, SFF and genre shenanigans. There’ll be panels, talks, games, klatches, brawls* and more. I myself […]
T’other fine day that dandy gent Mr Shurin (yes, him from Pornokitsch) came to talk to me over a quart of liquor about all things Nunslinger. Y’all can read his probing questions and my rambling answers over at that there Tor.com; thankee to Tor and Jared. ’twas mighty fun.
Well slap me on the rump, call me Aunt Sal and cover me in molasses, it’s nearly time for the final three books in the Nunslinger series to be released! Tomorrow, BOOKS 10-12 will hit them virtual shelves, along with the second of those ol’ omnibuses (omnibi? omniboo?) containing Books 7-12. I don’t know ’bout […]
So on Saturday I’ll be at Nine Worlds 2014, and gosh darn am I excited about it. And nervous too. So nervous that I’ll be trying not to throw up all over my second best boots. This here will be my first public appearance don’tchaknow, so if you see me sidling towards the bar when […]
Well, ain’t this exciting? The actual writing of Nunslinger is officially done and dusted, with Books 9-12 (and the second omnibus) being released in ebook format on September 11th. It’s sure been a whirlwind of a process: near 190,000 words in 9 months, 12 novellas, a whole heap of research and more fun than a hammock full […]
That’s right folks, the next 3 books in the Nunslinger series are published TODAY. Book 7: Westward Orders The events following the battle of El Paso del Norte found Sister Thomas Josephine fighting for her life. When she’s returned to her St Louis, Missouri convent an unwilling prisoner, she takes a vow of silence. But when she […]
To celebrate the launch of Nunslinger Books 7-9 tomorrow, I thought I’d share one of my most treasured possessions with y’all: a map of Sister Thomas Josephine’s journey ‘cross the West. Found it in a flea market in Denver, rolled up inside an old musket. Got no idea who made the markings or drew the trail, but […]