Been working 10 and 12 hours a day for pretty much the whole month, so there has been precious little time for updates. I did get a chance to have a little break and go to Liberty Con this weekend. It is a SCIENCE Fiction con. Notice the emphasis on Science. It was really fun. Of the 14 or so authors there, I had only read 2. I will be reading John Ringo, Eric Flynt, Julie Cochrane, and David Weber. Weber made a couple of comments at a con I was at 15 or so years ago and I vowed not to read his stuff. One of us seems to have matured quite a bit since then, so I am going to give him a shot now.
I just ordered Sara Hoyt’s Draw One in the Dark mainly because of her talking about the sequel. A book that came to her in a dream. As I remember her telling it, she was dreaming about signing books she wrote. A lady handed her a book with a title she didn’t recognize but with her name as the author. As she talked to the lady, she turned the book over and read the back to see what it was about. Then when she woke up, she wrote that book. A cool story, plus it has a cat named “Not Dinner” in it. A werewolf apparently gets a present that happens to be a kitten with a note stating “This Is Not Dinner.” Just my kind of humor.