This time, it’s my turn, as Blood Work finally hits the shelf. This has been a labor of love for me, and I put a lot into it, trying on a new tool belt in more ways than one. I could not have done it without the patience and even hand of my editor at Del Rey, Betsy Mitchell. (If you’ve not seen it, I’ve got a page at the website on “the making of”.) We are already applying ourselves for the sequel, so there will be at least two stories from Ivy’s POV. It was a wonderful chance to see things from her direction, and if you are a fan of hers, you might want to pick it up and give it a glance. If you’re looking for it on a real shelf, you will find it in the graphic novel section most likely. If you’re looking for it online, I’ve got a couple of sources here:
Barnes and Noble
Indi Bound Books
Kim’s books at Del Rey
Mysterious Galaxy in San Diego
Borderlands in San Francisco
Rendezvous – The Romance Bookstore Australian outlet to help curb the shipping cost.
Infinitas Bookshop – science fiction, fantasy and horror booksAnother outlet in Australia.
SFBC (The Science Fiction Book Club)
Today is the last day to enter for the boots on the cover that my editor at Del Rey is giving away. Five runner up’s will receive a signed copy. Signed copies are also available to win at the blog tour posts. (I’ve got them on yesterday’s post if you’ve not entered yet.) But today, I’ve got a short interview with Shawn over at suvudu. Five-Questions
Me? As exciting at today is, it is a work day for me, and I’ll be sitting at my desk pushing through the second editorial rewrite of A PERFECT BLOOD. I was expecting this second rewrite since I made so many major changes in it the first time. But yes, it is stronger, whether you like what happens or not. -grin- I swear, the most interesting things happen in the editorial rewrite. . .