Couple of events of note, for those who like to listen to content:
On Friday, Part One of a far-ranging interview with Steve Miller was featured on the Baen Free Radio Hour. Here’s your link.
Over the weekend, Steve posted a new podcast on Patreon, for patrons only, in which he reads “Cutting Corners.” Here’s your link.
Also! “Block Party,” a Liaden Universe® story by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller, is still available to be read — for free! — at Baen.com. Here’s that link.
“Degrees of Separation,” the prequel to “Block Party,” will be published as Degrees of Separation: Adventures in the Liaden Universe® Number 27. You may preoder the ebook now from Amazon , BN, iBooks, Kobo, and Tolino.
On January 15, you may also purchase the ebook edition from Baen.
Sometime RSN, you will either be able to pre-order or outright purchase the paper edition, from Amazon only.
Neogenesis, the 21st novel of the Liaden Universe® was published on January 2, and is available in hardcover, ebook, and audio editions.
If you read the novel and want to talk about it, there is a spoiler thread here.
Also! If you’ve read Neogenesis, please consider leaving a review at Amazon, Goodreads, or another site where readers read. Thanks!
For those local(ish) to Waterville, Maine, Steve Miller and Sharon Lee will be signing books and talking trash at the Children’s Book Cellar, 52 Main Street, in Waterville, on Saturday, January 13, from 1-3:30 pm. If you missed your shot at getting a personalized copy from Uncle Hugo, this is your Second Chance. Call the store ((207) 872-4543) before our signing, or during it, and we will personalize a book for you.
Peripheral to this, Uncle Hugo does still have some signed copies of Neogenesis in stock. Here’s the link.
In convention news: Sadly, we will not be attending Boskone this year. We will, however, be Author Guests of Honor at MidSouthCon, in March.
In writing news: Yep, still working on Fifth of Five, which refuses all titles suggested to it, and shrugs off any attempt to title-shame it. I told you it was being a tough book.
I think that catches us all up on the business side of things.
Everybody stay healthy.