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Sorry for not updating in a while, but here's what's been happening since early January over on Word Press......

A new pinned post that lists some of the regularly updated guides on the blog, including my bibliography, the Cassie Zukav stories, the great superhero movie rewatch, and my Star Trek: Discovery reviews.

An excerpt from Release the Virgins!

It's official: I'll be back at Dragon Con in 2019!

Friday fanfare: "I Hate Myself for Loving You."

The good folks on Literary Treks discuss my Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon novel Enemy Territory.

Talking about Kagami Biraki, the new year's workout at the dojo.

Happy book birthday to the latest from my brother from another mother, David Mack: The Iron Codex.

Announcing the Kickstarter for Thrilling Adventure Yarns! Plus updates including the table of contents, an article on CBR about the anthology, an interview with editor Robert Greenberger on SciFi4Me, (This Kickstarter has since ended and was funded at almost 250% of its goal.)

I'm on "My Favorite Things" on the Speculative Chic blog.

My Farpoint 2019 schedule, with an update here. (This convention has already come and gone.)

Reprinting my review of BlacKkKlansman from Patreon in honor of that movie's several Academy Award nominations.

The compleat bibliography of Keith R.A. DeCandido.

From the archives: two Grits, on both movie adaptations of True Grit.

A video of Sir Jon reviewing the "Precinct" novels on Pint O' Comics.

The Bronx is a nifty place, or, how pictures can fool you.....

Literary Treks talks about me again, this time focusing on the Star Trek: Klingon Empire novel A Burning House.

A belated irons in the fire update for February.

Reprinting my review of First Man from Patreon, in part prompted by a discussion of the movie on Adam-Troy Castro's Facebook page (not to mention the approach of the 50th anniversary of the events described in the film).

An interview with me on Fast Forward from 2016 that finally goes live.

Another Kickstarter anthology: Across the Universe, alternate takes on the Beatles, with an update saying that it's been funded! (This one's still going on, so you can still pledge...)

I'm gonna be at Emerald City Comic-Con! (That convention has also come and gone.)

A listing of all the stuff I've posted to my Patreon since the start of the new year.

A nice review of my 2003 Star Trek: I.K.S. Gorkon novel Honor Bound.

I have autographed books for sale!

A nice review of my 2004 Star Trek novel A Time for War, a Time for Peace.

Mermaid Precinct stuff: front and back cover reveal, Amazon preorder information, an excerpt, Barnes & Noble preorder information, a post that includes all the preorder links, an excerpt, and the cover, an announcement that there were advance copies at Farpoint, and Publishers Weekly's review of the book.

A Furnace Sealed stuff: ordering links for the book, plus an excerpt, me discussing the book on John Scalzi's "The Big Idea" feature on his Whatever blog, some more ordering links, getting my author copies in the mail, an excerpt on, and me discussing the book on Mary Robinette Kowal's "My Favorite Bit" feature on her blog.

Then both books: I talk about both Mermaid Precinct and A Furnace Sealed on Raymond Bolton's "The Write Stuff."

And my stuff for

"4-Color to 35-Millimeter: The Great Superhero Movie Rewatch": Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man, the 2014 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Darkness, Deadpool, Deadpool 2, 1990's The Flash, and Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.

Star Trek: Discovery reviews: "Brother," "New Eden," "Point of Light," "An Obol for Charon," "Saints of Imperfection," "The Sound of Thunder," "Light and Shadows," "If Memory Serves," "Project Daedalus," and "The Red Angel."

Other stuff: reviews of Marvel's The Punisher season 2 and The Umbrella Academy season 1.
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