First and foremost, a giant round of applause to all you maniacs who subscribed to my YouTube channel. It is now, officially, YouTube.com/BillMcSciFi. And, as I promised, I have been updating it every Thursday by adding videos of me reading selections from my writing. This is as exciting as it sounds. Yet, since I keep things short, it seems to be garnering me new fans.
Speaking of new fans, I got one this week who shared his thoughts about SPLICE: HIT BIT TECHNOLOGY. I’ll post his review below but, suffice it to say, he liked it. More importantly, as a former Captain in the United States Army, he thought the military life rang true. Since that’s almost half the book, it’s kind of important. I also got a review from another author, whose publisher refuses to let me use their name, that had me laughing. So I’ll post their comments, without attribution but with the author’s permission, below the review.
All in all, people seem to like SPLICE: HIT BIT TECHNOLOGY. That’s always a good thing.
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In the famous words of Dr. Johnny Fever, “Rocktober’s gonna rock, fellow babies!” I will be appearing at CRoM Con VII and LA Book Fest. Both are digital events but both have thousands of virtual attendees. When I did the last book fest I got over a thousand new subscribers to this e-blast. That led to many of them checking out my FREE STUFF which eventually led to some of them BUYING my stuff.
This is all part of my evil plan for world domination so I’m well pleased.
Now, on to the more immediate issue. A couple of people have asked if I will sit for a ZOOM interview, or something similar. Quite honestly, with all the cons I’ve lost this year, I’d show up for an envelope opening. So, yeah. All you have to do is ask. Just CLICK HERE to reach out and we can hammer out the deets.
Before I go, allow me to join the Greek Chorus of humans who hate the new Facebook. It debuted in 2004 and now it looks like it’s sixteen years behind the times. That’s not a good thing. But since I’m part of the commodity they market, and not the sales team, no one asked me.
Still, on the plus side, I will have new comics coming out before the end of the year, Goptri of the Mists, the long anticipated prequel/sequel to The Brittle Riders is coming out, and I have a few short stories which will soon see the light of day.
In other words, not everything sucks.
Until next week, stay safe, sane, and inside.