November 7th, 2010


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The line edit/copy edit on The Cloud Roads is finished and turned in, and now I'm back working on the YA fantasy I'm co-writing with Aaron de Orive, until the proofs for The Cloud Roads arrive.

Last night I watched Death at the Funeral, which I think I liked better than the British version of the same name, and followed it up with Toy Story 2. I may watch the DVD of Toy Story 3 today, which I saw in the theater and loved. Barbie FTW!

Reading: Dreadnought by Cherie Priest


Particular Friends by Camille Alexa, is being serialized at Red Penny Papers. jess_ka calls it "gender roles-bendy future steampunkish pulpy awesomeness."

The Fantasy Novelist's Exam When I first saw this linked, I didn't want to look at it, because I thought it was serious and I was afraid I'd fail it. Yeah, I can haz Imposter Syndrome, among other issues.

nisi_la has the press release for the Carl Brandon Society's eReader prize drawing, a fundraiser for the Octavia E. Butler Memorial Scholarship Fund. The drawing's tickets will cost one dollar US ($1) and can be purchased at Entrants may purchase an unlimited number of tickets, which will be available from November 5, 2010 through November 22nd, 2010. Sales will close at 11:59PM EDT on November 22nd. Winners will be drawn randomly from a digital "hat" and announced online.

Amazon's List of Top Ten SF/F books includes books by N.K. Jemisin, Michal Ajvaz, Felix Gilman, Charles Yu, and others.

Patrick Rothfuss' annual fundraiser World Builders will begin on his blog on November 10. Over the last two years we geeks of all creeds and nations have banded together and raised over $250,000 dollars for Heifer International. I heard a rumor that this makes us pretty awesome. More information here.