Archive for September, 2013

“The Coldest Winter” – A Walker Chronicle

Posted: 15th September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in My Work
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For readers of my The Dying of the Light series, you’ll know that there’s a lot of story to tell in this world. Nearly endless amounts of story, in fact. I created The Walker Chronicles to tell some of the stories that got skipped over in the books; they’re the ‘deleted scenes,’ if you will. So far, there […]

Progress Meters & NaNoWriMo

Posted: 13th September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in My Work
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<— See these? Those progress meters will let you in on where I’m at with the different projects. I’ll update them as often as I can. These are NaNoWriMo meters that you can get free from They’re fully customizable (you get the code), but you have to go back to their site or be able […]

No, I didn’t get to hang out with those guys for the whole convention. I’m not sure that I could’ve handled that. At least, not yet. But I did get to meet both of them and hang out for a bit, as did some of the other fellas from Grey Gecko Press. I did have a […]

I may have neglected to mention this for the last 10 days, but my second book, The Dying of the Light: Interval, was selected as a Top 5 Finalist in the 2013 Best Indie Books of the Year Awards over at The Kindle Book Review. This is a pretty big deal, since the Suspense/Horror category isn’t exactly […]

My friend and fellow Grey Gecko author Leon Berger’s book Lunch With Charlotte is, like my own The Dying of the Light: Interval, been included in the Top 5 Finalists group at the Kindle Book Review’s Best Indie Books of 2013 Awards. Naturally, he’s in the Non-fiction group and I’m in Suspense/Horror (up against Hugh Howey’s I, […]

A friend of mine and fellow auteur (because I like using that pretentious word whenever I can) passed on a 2009 blog post from one of my favorite writers, Neil Gaiman. This fine friend, who happens to also be a member of my local writing group that I skipped out on last night (sorry guys), […]

In which my friend (not to mention editor) H. C. H. Ritz stops by and gives us a bit of insight into being a writer. Don’t Buy the Myth of the “True Writer” by H. C. H. Ritz There are people who feel compelled to write as if by demons—people who have stories inside them […]

How Do You Know When You’re Middle-Aged?

Posted: 7th September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in Everything Else

I love clever wordplay. I know this will come as a surprise to my readers (not). So when I saw this photo from the Facebook Page “The Creation of Anne Boleyn,” I had to post it. Very clever.

Another Zombie Audiobook Giveaway!

Posted: 5th September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in Contests
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Just like last time, I’m giving away five free copies of the audiobook version of one of my titles: The Dying of the Light: Interval. There’s just one catch: you have to review the book, either on Audible or, after you listen to them.It doesn’t take much, just twenty-one words. But those twenty-one words are extremely […]

More Audiobooks Coming Soon!

Posted: 4th September 2013 by Jason Kristopher in My Work
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I gave the final production green light this morning to the fine folks over at Falcon Sound Company for the audiobook versions of several of my short stories, including these: These will all be available within about 2-3 weeks on Audible, iTunes, and Of course, all the ebooks are available now. You can find […]