Some quick news before I’m out the door:
Please listen to National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition this Sunday, March 3, to hear my wife Denise Kiernan talk about her new book, The Girls of Atomic City. The book pubs next Tuesday, and it’s pretty much all this house is thinking about right now. Denise will be talking with two of the ladies in the book, still spry at about 90 years old for each of them.
I’ll post a link to the interview as soon as NPR puts one up.
In other news:
* It was a good week writing-wise for me. Managed to place two more short stories, which were sent out deep in the heart of 2012. I’ll let you know when they’re out. Maybe I am getting the hang of this fiction business after all. I’m happy with the progress on my current book, though my last (The Marshal of the Borgo) has been delayed because I’ve been busy with client work and doing some promo for Denise’s book.
* At least three of the ghostwriting projects I’ve been involved with this year and last are all coming out this spring. Two in late April, one in mid-May. That’s three excited authors we’re teaching one of two things about promotion. (“The links to your book should be on your website.” “You don’t think it’s a bit much?”)