I’ve started looking for book bloggers for a couple of reasons. First, obviously, is that I love book bloggers. There are so many books to read, and it’s helpful to know which ones were enjoyed by people who share my taste. But I have an ulterior motive, too.
I need to start putting together a blog hop.
The editing team at Reverse Entropy is in the process of re-launching Regolith, and we’re looking for bloggers to host a blog tour. Even if you’re a new blogger, or you don’t have as many followers as you’d like, or your focus isn’t sci-fi, I would love to talk to you! You can comment here, DM me on Twitter, or send me an email at l dot leonadavis at yahoo dot com.
Tim Armstrong may be my one true love (the husband knows, it’s okay), but Trent Reznor‘s voice and lyrics do stuff to me. I listened to a lot of NIN in college. I’ve been listening to NIN a lot over the last few weeks. It’s easier to write smutty stuff with a good soundtrack, you know? It certainly doesn’t hurt that Reznor seems to have taken fashion tips from Rob Halford and George Michael.
For the side project, I’m reading H. William Glenbrook’s Regolith, and so far I’ve learned a new word, was reminded of favorite sci-fi books like Stark’s War and everything Elizabeth Moon wrote, and revived an old anthology outline that can be summed up as “fairy tale lesbians in space.” So not only has it been a fun read so far (science-fiction action with a touch of horror contrasted with business intrigue, and I’m not sure how they’re going to meet in the middle but I’m excited to find out), it’s been good for me.
I had the privilege and the pleasure of meeting with the group responsible for Reverse Entropy this weekend for really cool professional reasons and it’s all so incredibly exciting my friends are probably sick of hearing about it. For now, I just want to mention that they have a Facebook and, best of all you can get Regolith on Amazon.