New interview and book deal notes

At the risk of sounding like a stuck record, the last few weeks have been busy. Like, busy busy. But April is around the corner, and following EasterCon things should be more or less back to normal, which means I can finally get to grips with the gigantic amount of work I have to do this year. Apart from finishing The Age Atomic, and doing the copyedits on Seven Wonders (not to mention all the admin and behind-the-scenes stuff associated with it as the publication date draws closer), I’ve got another big project which is going to take a chunk of time. Hopefully I can talk about that soon, but for the moment I’ll just refer to it as Project S.

Meanwhile, there’s a new interview over at Fantasy Book Review, I talked to Ryan Lawler about Empire State and the new books, as well as how I started writing.

Finally, news of my new book deal was covered by The Bookseller, The British Fantasy Society, and the, erm, Skiffy and Fanty Show. Also, as is standard, it was listed in Publisher’s Marketplace, which requires a subscription, but under the UK section the notice reads:

Adam Christopher’s THE AGE ATOMIC, the sequel to the EMPIRE STATE, and HANG WIRE, a stand-alone featuring a serial killer and ancient gods in San Francisco, to Lee Harris at Angry Robot, by Stacia Decker at the Donald Maass Literary Agency.

It’ll probably wear off eventually, but I still get a kick out of seeing those kind of news items.

And don’t forget, there are still a couple of days to enter to win a signed copy of the Empire State UK trade paperback. When I draw that on Friday I’ll also draw the 3,000th Twitter follower prize.

 

  • Red Bakersen

    You busy bastard!