Archive for August, 2013

99¢ eBook Sale My publisher, Grey Gecko Press, is having a massive sale through next Monday, September 2nd. All their ebooks are just 99¢, including all of mine! You can get them all direct from Grey Gecko – which is, naturally, the best way to do it, since it cuts out the middle man and […]

io9: The Only Kind of Sentence You Should Use in Your Fiction

Posted: 20th August 2013 by Jason Kristopher in On Writing, The Craft
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This is a great article about one of the hardest things to do as an author – keep the story moving forward.

Using Body Language Effectively in Your Writing

Posted: 15th August 2013 by Jason Kristopher in On Writing, The Craft
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As part of my fledgling and oh-so-informal “Be a Better Writer” series, I’d like to share something I’ve just read by Susan J. Morris from her own “Writers Don’t Cry” series, courtesy of one of the members of the Houston SF/F Writers meetup. It’s called “41 Flavors of Body Language for Writers,” and it does a […]

Zombie-Proof Airless Tires

Posted: 14th August 2013 by Jason Kristopher in Zombies

My Next Vehicle Upgrade   Wikipedia has some interesting information on these (of course). What sort of equipment and/or vehicle are you planning to get before the proverbial fecal matter impacts the proverbial rotary air impeller?

That’s kind of a misleading post title, really. I mean, the book has always had a plot, in the most generic sense. Like the first book, I knew where the story was going to end, and, since I have the second one complete, I know where the third has to start. But it’s the middle […]

Zombie Audiobook Giveaway!

Posted: 12th August 2013 by Jason Kristopher in Contests
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I’m giving away five copies each of the audiobook versions of The Dying of the Light: End and Outbreak One: Washington Territory.There’s just one catch: you have to review the book(s), either on Audible or Amazon.com, after you listen to them. It doesn’t take much, just twenty-one words. But those twenty-one words are extremely important words for […]