Tag: Falcon’s Egg

Great new StoryBundle includes my first DAW novel, Lost in Translation

The new Bundoran Buddies Book Bundle II, curated by Bundoran Press publisher and editor Hayden Trenholm, is now available. It includes my first novel for DAW Books, Lost in Translation. (I’m definitely a Bundoran Buddy: Bundoran published my Peregrine Rising duology, Right to Know and Falcon’s Egg; Right to Know was part of an earlier …

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Speculating Canada reviews Falcon’s Egg

Just in time for the Bundoran Press launch party tonight at Can-Con 2015, Derek Newman-Stilles of Speculating Canada reviews Falcon’s Egg: “In “Falcon’s Egg” Edward Willett takes on the notion of heroism itself, exploring the casualties of war and the results of battle on the psychology of the protagonist who has endured the traumas of …

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Read the first chapter of Falcon’s Egg

We’re just a little over a month away from the official launch of Falcon’s Egg at Can-Con 2015 in Ottawa, October 30-November 1, at which I’ll be Author Guest of Honour, and in honour of that august fact, here’s Chapter 1 for your reading pleasure. The sequel to Right to Know, Falcon’s Egg is a fast-paced action adventure. …

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Falcon’s Egg available to reviewers through NetGalley

Falcon’s Egg, my upcoming science fiction novel from Bundoran Press, is now available to reviewers through NetGalley. That’s the gorgeous Dan O’Driscoll cover at left, and here’s the description: The sequel to Right to Know, Falcon’s Egg is a fast-paced action adventure. Discovering a plot to reassert Imperial control over the recently rediscovered Peregrine, Lorn …

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Cover art reveal: Falcon’s Egg

The release of Falcon’s Egg, sequel to Right to Know, from Bundoran Press draws nigh–we might have copies at When Words Collide, as I understand it, with a formal launch to occur at Can-Con in Ottawa this fall. A sure sign of impending release: cover art! This gorgeous cover (it has an exploding starship, how …

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The Space-Time Continuum: Two Roads

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. -Robert Frost When Robert Frost wrote his famous poem “The Road Not Taken,” he clearly didn’t have in mind the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, which postulates there is a very large—perhaps infinite—number …

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Great video about best genre literary conference anywhere: When Words Collide

Here’s a great video about the best genre literary convention in North America and probably the world: Calgary’s When Words Collide. If you’re interested in writing, you owe it to yourself to get to When Words Collide. My name gets mentioned about halfway through this video as an example of the kinds of deals that …

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