2015 was an exciting year for me, with the release of the Crécy Casebook and The Shards of Heaven, the publication of a short story, and a few articles published hither and yon.
Oh, plus I wrote another novel.
All of which is to say that, well, 2016 is looking to be fairly exciting, as well.
I don’t have my full fall and winter schedule nailed down yet — and I’m sure there will be one or two events given the paperback release of The Shards of Heaven (October 25) and the hardback release of The Gates of Hell (November 15) — but I can tell you a few places you can see me this spring and summer:
- April 21-24: Jordancon in Atlanta, Georgia. I’m on a few panels, and I’ll also be giving an exciting talk on medieval goodness.
- May 12: The International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan. I’ll be speaking about some Crécy-related matters at 10am. My visit will be a brief one.
- May 13: The Book Expo of America in Chicago, Illinois. I’ll be signing books in the Tor booth, probably around 3pm.
- May 13-15: The SFWA Nebula Conference in Chicago, Illinois. I’m currently scheduled for a couple of panels and an exciting talk on medieval goodness.
- July 5-6: The International Medieval Congress in Leeds, UK. I’ll be leading a tour of Pontefract Castle, giving a presentation on Crécy, and then partaking in a panel about military history. Plus visiting a pub or two.
That’s it so far. I hope to see you somewhere at some point for something!