Cocktails at the Cocteau

by wjw on April 20, 2017

This coming Sunday, 23 April, at 1pm, I will be participating in an Author Event at the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe.

I’ll be there with fellow authors Ian Tregillis and EM Tippetts, for a joint interview followed by a signing.

It should be fun!  Come join us!

There will be cocktails! (I’m pretty sure.  There usually are.)  And if not cocktails, popcorn!

(And if you can’t come, the event will be live streamed on Facebook and Periscope.  But you’ll have to make your own cocktails, I’m afraid.)

 

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Final Hours

by wjw on April 19, 2017

Just a note that if you want the Artificial Intelligence StoryBundle, featuring my novel Aristoi and nine other novel-length works, you have until 9pm EDT on Thursday.

For a full description of the bundle and its contents, check my post for April 12, just below.

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Google Guy

by wjw on April 19, 2017

What if Google were a person?

Sometimes I feel like this guy.  But sometimes I’m also the guy asking about Bitcoin.

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Free! Free!

by wjw on April 16, 2017

tonyHere’s another chance to win a free AI StoryBundle, for details of which please see my previous post.

Identify this object, and make sure I have your email.

 

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Ten Books @ Zero $$$

by wjw on April 12, 2017

All Covers SmallWant to get a free copy of the AI StoryBundle?  Instructions below.

But first, let me remind you that the StoryBundle features 10 novel-length works of science fiction, including:

  • Aristoi by Walter Jon Williams

  • Arachne by Lisa Mason

  • The Bohr Maker by Linda Nagata

  • Queen City Jazz by Kathleen Ann Goonan

  • Rewired – The Post-Cyberpunk Anthology by James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel (which has another story of mine in it).

  • The A.I. Chronicles by Samuel Peralta and Ellen Campbell

  • Eye Candy by Ryan Schneider

  • Cyberweb by Lisa Mason

  • Limit of Vision by Linda Nagata

  • Glass Houses by Laura J. Mixon

And you pay what you want, though you have to pay at least $5 to get the first five books on the list.  If you pay $15, you can get all ten.  (That’s $1.50 per book!  Cha-ching!)  Or if you think the authors deserve a little extra, you can pay more!

But you might just win my little contest, in which case you get your ten books for free.  (Just make sure I have your email, so I can send you the codes that will send the ebooks to your device.)

lace-of-brittanyAnd here’s all you have to do to win.  Be the first to identify the object in the photo at the right.  Good luck!

And if you don’t win, you can always click the link and shell out a few bucks.  It’s a bargain either way.

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E ∝ mv2

April 12, 2017

So have you ever wanted to know the physics for what happens when Thor hits the Hulk? Of course you do.

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Flight

April 11, 2017

Via GRRM, it’s the new United Airlines commercial!

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Good Thing, Coming to an End

April 9, 2017

The 99-cent sale on Implied Spaces will end 10pm MDT, Monday, April 10, so if you want  a copy at that price, you should venture over to Kindle, Nook, Smashwords, Kobo, iBooks, and Google. I’m sorry to report that this sale was a flop.  Mostly that was due to BookBub, the largest venue for ebook promotion, deciding (for reasons best known to […]

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2-D

April 7, 2017

So here I am on the Llano Estecado, which is very, very flat.  Mr. A Square would be very much at home. I am once again at the annual Jack Williamson Lectureship, where I am hanging with some lovely people, including Connie Willis, Michael Cassutt, Steve Gould, Melinda Snodgrass, and Joan Saberhagen. As usual, Patrice […]

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All Set to Go

April 5, 2017

Taos Toolbox 2017 is full. After sifting through an unprecedented number of applications, we’ve chosen our finalists, and am now just waiting to hear from the last before starting to prepare for the workshop itself, which begins mid-June. My thanks to Nancy Kress for reading the submissions with me, and thanks also to the applicants. […]

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