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Free Audio Excerpt of HELLHOLE: Prologue & Chapter 1

Published February 26, 2011 in Writing - 0 Comments

MacMillan Audio has made available an excerpt of the unabridged audiobook of Hellhole, the prologue and first chapter—read by our long-time narrator Scott Brick, whose voice will be familiar to listeners of our previous books.

To listen to the excerpt, click here.

Also, I was recently the guest on two episodes of the Writing Excuses podcast, hosted by Brandon Sanderson, Howard Tayler, and Dan Wells, on the topics of “Writing in Other People’s universes” and “The Writer’s Responsibility to the Reader.”  If you are interested in the writing process, you should be a regular subscriber to Writing Excuses.  Have a listen.

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Free Audio Excerpt of HELLHOLE: Prologue & Chapter 1

Published February 26, 2011 in Writing - 0 Comments

MacMillan Audio has made available an excerpt of the unabridged audiobook of Hellhole, the prologue and first chapter—read by our long-time narrator Scott Brick, whose voice will be familiar to listeners of our previous books.

To listen to the excerpt, click here.

Also, I was recently the guest on two episodes of the Writing Excuses podcast, hosted by Brandon Sanderson, Howard Tayler, and Dan Wells, on the topics of “Writing in Other People’s universes” and “The Writer’s Responsibility to the Reader.”  If you are interested in the writing process, you should be a regular subscriber to Writing Excuses.  Have a listen.

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Writers of the Future: The First 25 Years Included Among Year’s Best

Published February 22, 2011 in Writing - 0 Comments

Locus Magazine just gave us a very nice nod in their Year in Review:  “Coffee table book L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future: The First 25 Years, edited by Kevin J. Anderson (Galaxy Press) is an overview of the contest’s history with an eye-opening series of profiles of contest winners and judges, including biographical profiles and personal comments about the contest and their careers.  This volume highlights how many of today’s successful and up-and-coming writers have been involved with the contest.”

SF Crowsnest also included Writers of the Future: The First 25 Years in their 100 Best SF Books of the Year (ranked at #66)

I’m extremely proud of the book (and of my many years judging the contest and helping to teach at the workshop)… This volume is one of those that turned out even better than I had hoped.

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Writers of the Future: The First 25 Years Included Among Year's Best

Published February 22, 2011 in Writing - 0 Comments

Locus Magazine just gave us a very nice nod in their Year in Review:  “Coffee table book L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future: The First 25 Years, edited by Kevin J. Anderson (Galaxy Press) is an overview of the contest’s history with an eye-opening series of profiles of contest winners and judges, including biographical profiles and personal comments about the contest and their careers.  This volume highlights how many of today’s successful and up-and-coming writers have been involved with the contest.”

SF Crowsnest also included Writers of the Future: The First 25 Years in their 100 Best SF Books of the Year (ranked at #66)

I’m extremely proud of the book (and of my many years judging the contest and helping to teach at the workshop)… This volume is one of those that turned out even better than I had hoped.

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