Amazon Daily Deal!

I know I haven’t blogged really at all for quite some time. I’m doing my darndest to complete a draft of Ancillary Mercy, and probably most of you would prefer that I work on that, rather than blog posts. Maybe? I hope so, because that’s what I’m doing.

Anyway. Happy winter holidays! And if, perchance, your preferred winter holiday includes gift giving and you received an e-reader or a new tablet (or if you already have those things and just want something more to read) you might want to check out Amazon’s daily deals today.

Yep, Ancillary Justice is $2.99 today. Of course, chances are if you follow my blog you’ve already read it. In which case, cast your eyes down that list because there’s some excellent reading there. Give it a look!

And now it’s back to the word mines. Being a writer has a lot of awesome bits to it–I said in an interview it’s like having the fun parts of homework for the rest of your life, and that’s absolutely true. (Also–“Yes I am sitting on the couch reading. It is actually Important Work. No matter what I’m reading.”) But today I am experiencing one of the minor drawbacks of the writing life, which is that I actually don’t get to laze around in my jammies today. Or, I’m not changing out of my jammies, don’t get me wrong, but I need to power up Scrivener and dig this chapter out of my head today.

In my jammies. Yeah. Happy Dies Natalis Solis Invicti everybody!

3 thoughts on “Amazon Daily Deal!

  1. Avi says:

    This deal did not work for me ūüôĀ

    What I got was “This title is not currently available for purchase”

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    Craig Parker says:

    Just finished Ancillary Sword and can’t wait for the next one. Thank you for this creative and engrossing universe. Best wishes for the winter, hope it’s productive and your family is well!

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    G.Wallker says:

    I have just finished reading both Ancillary books for the second time. I am 80+ years and have been reading science fiction since I could read. They are among the best books I have read in this genre. Please don’t keep me waiting too long before the next one.

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