I’ve got a bittersweet post for you today. I’ve steered clear lately of the depressing state of Borders closing their doors, but I had the opportunity to take part in Babel Clash’s last guest post. (Border’s SF/Fantasy blog) I was the first guest way back on spring 09, and I was honored when they asked me to be their last. I also did a Start Wars Sunday post for them which you can see at the same link. Babel Clash–Kim’s thoughts on StarWars and the evolving book industry
And along those same lines, if you are an author concerned with pirated works and the daunting task of trying to protect your rights, go check out my agent’s post today. If I’m understanding it correctly, Curtis’s clients are already enjoying this new protection as the agent puts on yet another hat, but it looks like you can buy into the service as well. Too cool. Pass it on . . .
As for me, I’ve set aside my anthology offerings to start my rewrite of the next Hollows novel. It won’t be the last, since my editor won’t see it until December, but I think it will be the most extensive as I have totally ripped it open in my thoughts and am now rearranging the insides. The outside, oddly enough, is going to remain largely untouched, though very much simplified. I may actually start adjusting the text today, and I can’t wait!