I am very happy to announce that Fire Rivers will be publishing my next book, Eocene Station, on July 1, 2016. Yes, it's a time travel, but it lets me show off a little geology, left over from my first career.
Posted: November 15, 2015
I am very happy to report that I have been honored by induction into the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame. Although I have given up attending cons, I suspended that resolution long enough to drop in on V-Con 40 yesterday and receive a commemorative plaque from Clint Budd, Chair of the CFSSA Hall of Fame jury. (I also had a great time meeting many long-time friends there.)
Posted: October 5, 2015
No mother will ever admit to loving some of her children more than others, but she may admit that one or two have failed to live up to her expectations. The same is true of authors. I love my “The Great Game” trilogy, but it never sold as well as I expected. The world, the magic, and the characters are done as well as in my more successful series. The plot builds to a great climax in Book Three... but, alas... If you have enjoyed my other fantasy series but have never read this one, do give it a try, please. It begins here, with Past Imperative.
Posted: September 30, 2015
Since I have been asked, yes, I do hope to have more books published in future, but none are yet scheduled. One is a SF standalone time-travel tale, Eocene Station, contracted to Five Rivers Publishing but not finalized, and there are a couple of fantasy works in the pipeline. Don't be greedy! I have had three books out this year: Irona 700, The Eye of Strife, and The Adventures of Ivor. Gimme a break, guys.
Posted: September 9, 2015
At long last, Irona 700 is out in print, and she is starting to get some pretty good reviews, too.
Posted: August 18, 2015
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