Today's news is that the big May snowstorm veered off at the last minute and just missed us -- towns just south of us got 8+ inches, but our lawn stayed green. Also that I was invited to write a guest post for the Kindle Daily Post. The topic suggested was What are your five favorite time travel novels? Had I thought about it really deeply, it would have been hard to choose from all the great time travel novels out there, so instead I went with the more straightforward method of listing the first five books that popped into my head (figuring that was a sure-fire way of guaranteeing they were my favorites). Read my guest post here and let me know what your favorite time travel novels are!
In other news, I'm doing a giveaway on Goodreads for both the new book and my first one. If you're a Goodreads member, you can enter to win a signed copy of The Far Time Incident or Regarding Ducks and Universes (or both!). The giveaway runs until May 13.
Finally, The Far Time Incident has been picked by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Kindle editors for their list of books "no self-respecting geek should go without," which is, of course, unbelievably cool. I don't know how often they change or update these lists, but for now you can spot the book there, nestled between Flatland and Philip K. Dick's The Man in the High Castle. Like I said, very cool stuff.