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Nominate Oblivion’s Gate for a Dragon Award

Star Trek Coda, Book 3, Oblivion's Gate, by David MackHello, everyone. This post is just a quick note to let y’all know that nominations are open for the 2022 =DRAGON AWARDS=.

It’s free to sign up and nominate works for the Dragon Awards. All you need is a valid email address!

I’d feel truly honored if you’d nominate my novel Star Trek: Coda, Book III:Oblivion’s Gate for BEST MEDIA TIE-IN NOVEL.

The URL for nominations is here:

The nomination period ends July 19, 2022 at 11:59pm EDT.

SFWA Members & Hugo voters!

Just wanted to let all you award-nominating and voting persons of the fantastical and science-fictional persuasions out there know that I have two Nebula- and Hugo-eligible novels published in 2013:

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Cold Equations, Book III: The Body Electric
January 2013 – Simon & Schuster

Star Trek: The Fall, Book III: A Ceremony of Losses
November 2013 – Simon & Schuster

Both were New York Times bestsellers. If anyone is interested in a free PDF reading copy, contact me with proof of your status as a SFWA member and/or Hugo voter, and I’ll reach out to my publisher for you.

To My Fellow SFWA Members

As many of you are likely already aware, the nomination period for the next Nebula Awards ballot is currently open, and will remain open through February 15. Nominations can be made by SFWA active members in good standing by means of a paper ballot or by filling out an online form.

I’ve already submitted several nominations for works I think are deserving of recognition in the Novel, YA, and Dramatic Presentation categories. I may yet nominate other works if the inspiration strikes.

On the infinitesimal chance that any of my fellow SFWA members feel inclined to recognize any of my works with a nomination nod, these are my eligible works published in 2012:

Storming Heaven (March 2012)

Cold Equations, Book I: The Persistence of Memory (October 2012)

Cold Equations, Book II: Silent Weapons (November 2012)

Cold Equations, Book III: The Body Electric (November 2012)

Four novels to choose from, two of them New York Times bestsellers, and you can nominate up to five works in the Novel category. … I’m just sayin’.

Not that I think for a moment that any of my books have any chance of making it onto the Nebula ballot. No media tie-in novel has ever even been nominated in the Novel category, much less won, in the entire history of the Nebula Awards. … But a guy can dream.