Waxing Narcissistic

So here is where I post about where you can find me elsewhere.

I was away on vacation when John over at Grasping for the Wind posted his latest Inside the Blogosphere post, so I missed it. I went and rooted around on his site to find it, and here it is:

Who Introduced You to a Love of Literature?

My entry is toward the bottom.

Also, I was astonished to learn that Jeff Vandermeer quoted me at length in his latest nonfiction book. In Booklife: Strategies and Survival Tips for the 21st Century Writer, he quotes something I had to say on his blog about how I respond to authors who try to make a personal connection with me. He also gave a nice introduction to my old blog, Fantasy Debut. This news comes to me by way of Albert A. Dalia, who wrote to me about his novel, Dream of the Dragon Pool – A Daoist Quest. Albert wrote to me after reading Jeff’s book.

This book looks useful for all you writers out there. I know I’m going to order a copy.

And lastly, yes, I am now using Barnes & Noble links. I didn’t blog about the AmazonFail last week, but kept up with it just the same. I thought it was a ridiculous move to remove buy buttons from Macmillan authors because of a disagreement they had with Macmillan. This includes Tor, one of my favorite publishers, so I was especially indignant.

7 Thoughts to “Waxing Narcissistic”

  1. That Vandermeer news is amazing. Congratulations!

    1. Thank you. I was thrilled!

  2. Congratulations! Getting quoted in a book is great. {REALLY BIG GRIN}

    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin

  3. Raven

    Congrats on getting quoted. That’s very cool!

    I have to say Dream of the Dragon Pool sounds pretty fun too. It’s nice to see Asia represented in fantasy.

  4. Katie, your admiring sister

    You rock hard!

    1. Tia Nevitt

      Thanks, Katie!!!

  5. […] wow. This is the most narcissistic post I’ve written since this one, which really wasn’t all that long ago. I really need to stop doing […]

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