Recap from yesterday:
* My good news from yesterday:
Stories of the Raksura vol. I was reviewed by Publishers Weekly:
"Wells is adept at suggesting a long, complex history for her world with economy, and, while her protagonists may not be human as we understand it, they are definitely people, sympathetic figures constrained but not defeated by their environments. Longtime fans and new readers alike will enjoy Wells's deft touch with characterization and the fantastic." —Publishers Weekly
* New story in new anthology.
Posting this again, as it's getting closer to the Hugo voting deadline: An important note for Hugo voting.
More so this year than most years, it's important to understand how voting "No Award" works.
The Teal Deer: If you want to vote No Award over something, put No Award at the end of your ballot and DO NOT list the things you're voting No Award over.
Kickstarter: A sequel to The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra
July 16th, 2014