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Degrees of Slavery

Degrees of Slavery

While I was at the World Fantasy Convention in San Diego, a bit of a controversy blossomed around my use of the phrase “house slave” in a blog post I wrote here back in May. Barry Eisler, in a guest post on J. A. Konrath’s blog, mentioned my use of that phrase; so he caught […]

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The Grand Crusade in French

The Grand Crusade in French

I always get a huge thrill out of holding a copy of a book of mine which has been translated into another language. The Grand Crusade is a September release in France through Milady. Marc Simonetti again provided a gorgeous cover, and Sebastien Baert did the translation. Translating me not a task I’d envy anyone. […]

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Missing The Point

Missing The Point

A WIRED story coming out of Book Expo America once again reveals the gap between reality and what some of the leaders in publishing think. Susan Petersen Kennedy, president of Penguin Group USA, said publishers will not make the same mistakes as the music industry, which had an epic struggle over electronic distribution and piracy […]

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Fun News!

Fun News!

As you can see from the image above, When Dragons Rage has made it into French! Marc Simonetti did the cover for Milady and I love it. The book hit the stands in November—Nina Peacock actually had a picture of it on a shelf, which was the first I knew it was out. There’s something […]

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