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Video trailer for Marseguro!

I finally got it done. Here’s the video trailer I’ve created for Marseguro. Enjoy!

The first sentence I wrote today…

Sarah’s eyes widened.Words today: 1,892Total words: 47,421Percentage complete: 39.5Under 2,000 today. More tomorrow! (By the way, the “percentage complete” up there is based on 120,000 words. The contract only specifies 100,000, so technically I’m 47.4 percent complete. But Marseguro also started at 100,000 and ended up at 120,000 after rewrites, and anyway it’s more interesting …

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Free sample of Marseguro now online!

I’ve just posted the first two chapters of my upcoming science fiction novel Marseguro over at edwardwillett.com. Enjoy! And, then, of course, I hope you’ll order the book.

Read online or download my YA novel Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star for free

In honour of International Pixel-Stained Technopeasant Day, I have now posted Andy Nebula: Interstellar Rock Star online in its entirety. Enjoy! This is free to read and to share (non-commercially, of course). If you’d prefer, you can download a PDF version here or a Mobipocket version here. If you do want to share Andy Nebula …

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"Tramping alien territory in search of the Fountain of Sales"

In the course of writing about the demise of “plogs” (author blogs attached to books on Amazon), Victoria Strauss pegs something I’ve been thinking, too: In the harsh world of self-promotion, we’re all snatching at straws, reading runes, casting spells, and chasing our own tails, hoping that each new opportunity–websites! Blogs! Plogs! MySpace! Podcasting!–will be …

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