I probably should have posted this yesterday, but: The Paradox Hotel is out now!
It’s an interesting thing… this is the most earnest and vulnerable I’ve ever been writing a book, and I like to joke that it’s all time travel and dinosaurs and robots, but it’s a lot more than that, so I’ve been anxious for people to read it, and thus far, the reactions have been pretty nice. It’s available pretty much anyplace books are sold, in hardcover, eBook, and audiobook.
So, figured I would just do a quick round-up of cool stuff… because there’s been a lot of cool stuff.
I’m doing a virtual event with Delilah S. Dawson for Murder by the Book tonight (Feb. 23). Then I’m doing a virtual event with Poisoned Pen on Friday (Feb. 25). I’ll be in-person at the Staten Island Barnes & Noble on Saturday (Feb. 26), and will be doing two events for Mysterious Galaxy, with Jo Harkin and Alex Segura. I’ve got more stuff coming up later in March, and I’ll have more info on that soon. But you can find details about these events at this link.
Gabino Iglesias wrote a lovely review over at NPR.
And Tobias Carroll wrote about the book at Tor.
I wrote a step-by-step guide for Mystery Fanfare about writing time travel, and a piece about researching your fiction for Chuck Wendig’s blog, a list of riveting sci-fi thrillers for Publishers Weekly, and book recommendations for Strong Sense of Place.
That’s… it for now? I think. I am trying to keep up. Anyway. There’ll be more to share soon, and also, just wanted to say this is a good time to review the book on Amazon or Goodreads. It helps with discoverability and algorithms and whatnot. And hey, it’s helpful for any author so if you read a book recently that you liked, you should review it!
In a general sense, I’m overwhelmed by how many people helped push the book yesterday. It was almost impossible to keep up with so just wanted to say: thank you, everyone, for the support.