So yesterday afternoon I got a phone call. It was from the Madison area and I was like: I don’t know anyone in Madison. So I let it go to voicemail. A few minutes later I get a private message on FaceBook… Cool surprise number 1: It was Pat Rothfuss. He’s like: give me a buzz. [...]
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I’ll be attending GenCon in Indianapolis this weekend, and I’ll be on a number of panels, plus giving a reading and signing some books. If you’re coming to GenCon, stop on by! Note: all panels are 1 hour in length. Thursday, Aug 16th 11:00 am — In the Mood: Brad Beaulieu, Donald J. Bingle, and [...]
This week over at the Night Bazaar, we’re talking about villains. Last year on the Bazaar we talked about villains, and, well, mostly to be contrary, I decided it would be fun to write a rebuttal of my own post from a year ago. Here’s an excerpt from the post: I was one of the inaugural [...]
This week over at the Night Bazaar, we’re talking about promotion vs. writing vs. your personal life and how to balance the three. For most, there will also be “the day job” but I all but ignored that aspect, because really, there isn’t a lot of advice I can give there. We must pay the [...]
Heading to Origins this year? If you are, then stop on by and say hello. I’ll be doing a number of panels, a reading, and I’ll also be at The Library, the place they have set up for authors to sit and sign books. I’ll have books there for sale as well, in case you [...]
Far Beyond Reality, the relatively new review site from Stefan Raets, has a brand new review of The Winds of Khalakovo. The review, which you can read in its entirety here, is quite complementary. Here's my favorite part: The Winds of Khalakovo is a debut that merits your attention. The way Bradley Beaulieu focuses on the [...]