Why not join in the conversation over on the Steph Swainston Discussion Area.
The official site of author Steph Swainston
Sarah Higbee's great review of Above the Snowline is here on her blog. She says: "the story moves along at a fair clip without being unduly slowed by superb descriptions."
Thanks, Sarah -- it means a lot to get this feedback while I'm writing.
Lachlan Robertson's thoughtful review of 'No Present Like Time' and 'Dangerous Offspring' at Photonlongsword. Thank you, Lachlan.
Thanks to Steve Haynes (@SteveH1492) at Salt Publishing for editing the volume.
I'm now working on a new Castle novel.
There is just over a week to go till Picocon, at the Imperial College Union, London.
I'll be giving a reading at 10.30 on Saturday from my novel-in-progress, so it's a chance to hear some new material, and I'll be talking on Where it all comes from: Childhood and ongoing influences on writing.
The panel discussions are on hot topics too, including:
You can also buy tickets on the day, at the front desk. You don't have to be a member of the society or union to join in: all are welcome!
I will be a Guest of Honour at Picocon 30, Imperial College, on the 16th and 17th February 2013. The other GoH's are Peter F. Hamilton, Richard Morgan and Kate Griffin. It will be great to see you all.