Blog Mirrors, Award Season, Audible Libriomancy, and Other Books

Just a few quick things today. First off, LiveJournal has been acting up again, so this is a reminder that the blog is available on my site and through Dreamwidth. There’s also an RSS feed.

Secondly, it’s awards season. The only thing I really have from last year that’s eligible for anything would be Libriomancer. So if you’re eligible to nominate or vote for the Hugos, the Nebulas, the Oscars, or whatever and would like to read a copy for consideration, let me know and I’ll see what we can do to hook you up. And if not, that’s okay too.

Speaking of Libriomancer, I found out yesterday that the audio book for Libriomancer had come out…well, yesterday. I don’t see it on Amazon yet, but it’s up on the Audible website.

Oh, and while I’m thinking about it, other people have books out too! Saladin Ahmed’s book Throne of the Crescent Moon [Amazon | B&N | Mysterious Galaxy] is out in paperback. This one continues to get a lot of good buzz. My review of the book is here. Diana Pharaoh Francis’ latest Horngate Witches book Blood Winter [Amazon | B&N | Mysterious Galaxy] just came out as well. And Tobias Buckell launched his collection Mitigated Futures for his birthday. He’s also offering Tides from the New Worlds for the price of a Tweet or Facebook post.

And that’s all I’ve got today. Have a good weekend, all!