I will begin my series of Wiscon posts, an annual tradition, soon. Today, I need to sift through a variety of emails and things like that.
So, it was a good Wiscon, as usual. At first, I had my doubts, and there were many meh moments. But in the end there were spectacular moments as well, so I think it lived up to its usual very good standard.
I bought many books, and I’m questioning the wisdom of that, for soon I will be producing my own novel in extremis, and that means that I will not be reading as much. So, I think I must declare a moratorium on books for the nonce, at least until I dig out a bit. Impossible, as I think people will buy/give them to me, but at least I can say no to my own roaming eyes and fingers.
However, I did pick up some awesome books that I really, really want to read. First though, an ARC for J.Kathleen Cheney, for her book that comes out in July, and In Cahoots by Chris Cornell, which comes from the secret library of people I know who will some day be on your shelves. At least those two while I’m writing.
So. I’m going to see you tomorrow to talk about you know, Wiscon. Until then, well, keep your stick on the ice. If you can find any ice.