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Monday Links

I feel like I'm forgetting something. I'm sure I'll remember it as soon as I post this.

I added another old story to my web site. It's Archeology 101, a short SG-1 story which was written for Stargate Magazine #8, in 2006.

Katie Cowden, who is doing my new author photo, posted this film noir style photo of me for her 52 Mondays project.


* Nnedi Okorafor: Worldreader and the Girl with the Magic Hands
My story is available for purchase on Amazon for $2.99. The proceeds go directly to Worldreader. They also have the book available to readers in Africa and India through a phone app they've created.

* I've put up a set of the Books of the Raksura for the Con-or-Bust auction. The auction starts February 9.

* Wired: Jonathan Coulton Explains How Glee Ripped Off His Cover Song — And Why He’s Not Alone

* Black Gate: Kiini Ibura Salaam on Advice Received in the Bathroom from Octavia Butler, Selling Books at the Green Market, and Holding Five Jobs When Life Only Has Room for Two: An Audio Interview by Emily Mah

* George Takei: An Unsung Hero How a Japanese Diplomat, and one of my personal heroes, Saved 6,000 Jews from the Holocaust

* BBC News: Victims of Nazi anatomists named

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That is a fantastic shot of you :D

Yes, wonderful shot, I love it!

Thanks! I was really happy with how it turned out. :)

Cute noir photo is cute and noir!!!!!!!!!! *G*

I love the shot :) And the typewriter really adds to the atmosphere of the noir style.

That seems like kind of a bad move on Glee's part to release a cover of a cover. Especially since they didn't give any credit to Jonathan Coulton.


Apparently this isn't the first time Glee has done this, either.

You should use this pic as your author photo!

have you tried advertising your backlist with Project Wonderful? They are mostly on webcomics, with SF series like Girl Genius, Gunnerkrigg Court, and Order of the Stick getting strong results, and there is a lot of fannish overlap. I've seen cons, games of all sorts, costuming and crafts, AND ebooks being advertised as well as other comics.

I've bought several that way, though most of them have suffered from the usual self-published without-benefit-of-editor flaws, but my experience with Project Wonderful is that it is a great way to reach an interested audience that is hungry for MOAR STUFF TO READ RITE NAO! and the costs can be quite reasonable, if one is careful in setting a budget.

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