Ahead of the publication of my new time-travel novella Permafrost later in March, Tor.com have put up an excerpt from the story. Head on over to Tor.com to take a look, if you're so inclined.
I hope it's not another leftist propaganda piece.ReplyDelete
Please be non-agenda driven Reynolds from the Rev Space era. Pretty please. No African super powers, no gender ideology inserts, no sjw overtones.
Oh God, get over yourself, you over-sensitive Sad Puppies snowflake. Go back to the alt-right hole you climbed out of.Delete
I ordered my copy several weeks ago, can’t wait.ReplyDelete
I hope it's another imaginative, thought-provoking piece that you enjoyed writing.ReplyDelete
Exciting! I quite enjoyed the quantum signaling story arc you included in Redemption Ark, so it'll be cool to see you tackle time travel as a more central plot element.ReplyDelete
Is there going to be a hardback edition, do you know? I can only find paperback and ebooks, love having a hardback as well as ebook.ReplyDelete
Just the paperback, Stephanie.ReplyDelete
Al, not related to Permafrost (which I'm eagerly awaiting), but can you confirm, or deny, that two of these stories in the new Netflix series are yours? Zima Blue and Beyond the Aquila Rifte. Thanks. https://www.slashfilm.com/love-death-robots-trailer-new/ReplyDelete
Yes, they're mine. I've not wanted to say anything about it until the release date, but since the information is generally out there, and other authors have started mentioning their involvement, I suppose it'll be OK now. Stand by for a post!ReplyDelete
A helpful reminder! I'll be looking for Magazine influences ;-)ReplyDelete
Just finished Permafrost, which is brilliant - one of AR's very best in my opinion. But I have to know: what are the three words on Tatiana'note?!!ReplyDelete