"I treat writing as a job. I go to work five days a week. I don't sit around drinking espresso and waiting around for inspiration. Nor do I talk about my book. That would distract from writing it."

- Jonathan Kellerman
Nothing to say, How about a free book?

Here I am, it's approaching 7:00 p.m. I need to get to translating, and I have nothing to blog about. Today's big challenge at work was starting the training of my newest assistant, a young man from Haiti. I shouldn't have to train new assistants at this time of year, as the ones I trained in the fall aren't supposed to have expired yet. But I've been running through assistants a little more rapidly than usual of late. One would almost think there was something wrong with my management style... No, no, that's ridiculous.

Anyway, I praised Robert Mullin's space fantasy novel Bid the Gods Arise a while back, and for a very short time you can get the Kindle version free here. I think you'll enjoy it.

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Comments on "Nothing to say, How about a free book?":
1. Roy Jacobsen - 01/29/2013 9:51 pm EST

No love for nook owners. So ein Mist!

2. Loren Eaton - 01/30/2013 10:29 am EST

Downloading ...

3. Paul - 01/31/2013 9:07 am EST

Followed your recommendation on Klavan's latest. W/O doubt one of the most talented, spell-binding writers of any genre. Now heading to pick up Soft Target per your tip. Added Bid the Gods Arise to my Kindle library yesterday. Many thanks for daily comments on books, the public arena and the Christian Life.....Paul

4. Lars Walker - 01/31/2013 9:55 am EST

Well that's always nice to hear.

5. Paul - 02/04/2013 4:00 pm EST

Lars, you need to add this blog to your roll:

http://www.scifiwright.com/2013/02/the-big-three/

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