(Murder by Death sent me copies of the green vinyl version of their soundtrack!)
I’m just getting back into the swing of things, and probably won’t be up-and-running for another few days, following the massive thirty-event book tour that had me on the road from October 28th until December 12th. Any guest bloggers who want to keep posting through Thursday, feel free. I’ll return Thursday afternoon with comments on books I bought while on tour, among other posts.
The book tour was awesome, and I will write about it all in depth, but for now: the embarrassment of riches that awaited me upon my return. Those riches also included Finch being on holiday year’s best lists for the Washington Post, Barnes & Noble Review, the Wall Street Journal, and San Francisco Chronicle, a blurb from Lev Grossman, full-on reviews in the LA Times and Washington Post, and an upcoming Onion AV Club feature. It also included Booklife being picked up for publication by A&C Black in the UK and several other projects I’ll talk about next week.
Anyway, below the cut you’ll find rayguns and much more…
(My contributor copies of the Halo antho, featuring the collaboration with Tessa Kum, “The Mona Lisa,” a 35k kick-ass novella.)
(British and German editions of the Vance antho featuring my “The Final Quest of the Wizard Sarnod also came in…)
(The oarsum hardcover Wasteland, with an intro I did for it.)
(Paul Jessup’s PS Publishing collection, with intro by moi.)
(New PS Publishing antho that includes my story “Detectives and Cadavers”)
(Great poster version of Jeremy Tolbert’s design, printed by Between Books)
(And, as help for Steampunk Bible research, WETA and Broadmore sent a variety of rayguns…)