A Brief Update from Texas

I’m in Texas until the end of the month. Skyler and I hope to finish up a draft of the next Incrementalists book. I’ve also gotten the line-edit on Hawk from TNH and should be doing a revision over the next week or so.  I’ve a start on Vallista, and might get a bit more done on that while I’m here.  Finally, there’s the Seekrit Project, that I expect to get a bit more done on pretty soon.


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8 thoughts on “A Brief Update from Texas”

  1. Ooooo! Seeeeeeeekrits! It’s funny that the quote that came up is, “Ambiguity is our most valuable thingie.” (Reed Walker)

    Best of luck on the collaboration, not that the two of you will need it. (:

  2. I’m really glad; it sounds as if everything is coming together in ‘The Perfect Storm’ edition of your life. Apart from the drowning bit, obviously.

    And I caught a double reference in the BBC Musketeers series, where one of the Musketeers who invites people to play cards with him has cards up his sleeve; naturally I really do not believe that you do have physical cards up your sleeve, when you are playing poker, but I can still remember the moment when it became obvious to me, that, as a writer, you have so many cards up your sleeves that it’s probably a miracle if you manage to stand up…

  3. This explains why we our high was 69 two days ago and 36 today. We let you Minnesotans come in, and you bring winter with you, every time.

  4. Since you said the magic word (Hawk) in your post, I figured that this was as good a place as any to share what I recently found on Amazon.com….

    Hawk (Vlad) Hardcover – October 7, 2014
    by Steven Brust
    Series: Vlad (Book 14)
    Hardcover: 368 pages
    Publisher: Tor Books; First Edition edition (October 7, 2014)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 076532444X
    ISBN-13: 978-0765324443

    No cover image, of course, but still a beacon of light saying that the wait might be finally coming to a close (and the wait for Vallista will then begin).

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