Nebula nominations, and other silliness
Well, I finally got around to logging on to the SFWA site and making my nominations for the next Nebula Awards.
In the novels category, I nominated Flesh and Fire by Laura Anne Gilman, A Singular Destiny by Keith R.A. DeCandido, and Synthesis by James Swallow.
In the short fiction category, I nominated “James and the Dark Grimoire” by Kevin Lauderdale and “The Moment” by Lawrence M. Schoen.
At the moment, my own novel The Calling is trailing far behind the leaders in the novel category and could use support from my friends and fellow SFWAns. Any SFWA member who wants to read the story for awards consideration should e-mail me offline for a PDF file.
In other news, I’ve finally pushed out an outline and series bible for a new urban fantasy thriller concept. I’ve sent it to a trusted colleague who is serving as its beta reader. Once I’ve had a chance to polish this new golden turd of mine, I’ll send it over to my agent. Fingers crossed!
To bed now. Tomorrow’s another day. I hope.
ETA: Yup, it’s another day, and with it comes another nomination — “Moon Over Luna” by David R. George III, in the novella category. Good luck, Dave!