I’m so behind right now I’m staggering like a wounded possum ricocheting helplessly across the middle of a ten-lane Interstate packed with hurtling commuter traffic. Yep. A lovely image, I know. Meanwhile, at least, here is my next fun hunk of news: Interrupt is already for sale, although you can’t actually get your [...]
Fun news today for everyone outside North America. I’ve released new “author’s cut” e-book editions of the Plague Year trilogy. Due to my contracts with Ace, the new editions aren’t available in the U.S. or Canada — and this weekend, the first book is free. Here’s the revised jacket copy: At last, the author’s [...]
I know, I know, if you’re the one person like me who’s been living in silo all this time and you haven’t read the stories yet, Hugh Howey’s Wool is worth the hype — and I don’t say that lightly. The first installment in the series is not the best. The original stand-alone section has [...]
I have a writer friend who’s seen great success with BookBub, an ebook promo site that’s recently hit 1,000,000 subscribers. Since I’m a wild-eyed e-revolutionary now, he convinced me to give ‘em a try. See what you think. Crazy Carlson’s The Frozen Sky is featured now!
By now, everyone knows The Frozen Sky was self-published. That means it didn’t receive the benefit of a professional copy editor parsing through each and every sentence. The book did receive the benefit of several professional writers providing their eyeballs. But this is how those conversations did not go: New York Times Bestselling Author: “Jeff, [...]
The page is spare indeed at the moment. Cover art is the works. We’re playing with the Book Description and choosing among many awesome advance blurbs. I didn’t even know the page was up! But I was excited indeed to hear from a fan who’d spotted it. Look! It’s a book! The ebook edition is [...]
Jeff will appear as a panelist at BayCon 31 in San Jose, CA from May 24 – 25. More info as scheduling become available!
The good “Double J” team at Cult Pop just released my third interview on their fun, awesome show. Always a pleasure! Cult Pop host Jim Hall and studio master Jerry Jesion bring their passion, deep knowledge of sf/f, and some trick questions to the program. And I drink too much coffee. Aha ha ha. You [...]
My nephew Keenan Mahler is a smart, talented, relentless bruiser who started on both sides of the line for the Concord Minutemen. Keenan played defensive end, defensive tackle, and all three positions on the offensive line, leading his team in tackles and sacks in 2012. He was also unanimously voted to the 2011 and 2012 [...]