Not to be upstaged by Michael Abayomi, I want to reiterate (because as someone noted on his blog, if not here where?) that I've got a new book of short stories available. The cover looks like this:
It's called, as you can see for yourself, Monorama, and collects a number, as you can read for yourself, of short stories, including a showcase novella called "Leopold's Concentration," as well as an introductory, bewildering "Lost Books of Tomorrow" section of thirty-two shorter works, and then five other stories besides, including "Lost Convoy" and "Quagmire," which ties in with Space Corps, which is the sci-fi universe I'll be writing about in my next book.
Anyway, I also want to remind anyone who might care that I maintain a reader's blog, Hub City, where I write about the books I've been reading. I'm thinking of using it for some other book-related topics as well, perhaps noting books I don't have yet but foolishly want to add to an already bloated library I have not read 25% of and perhaps even notable efforts from bloggers I follow. You can find a link there and here and everywhere to my Austen Paradise bookshop, which is my example of one writer's immense contribution to popular culture, and sometimes I'm tempted to justify its existence by writing about it more. If you like, you can also visit a skeletal Facebook page devoted to it.
Also, for the record, there's a list of links at the right side of this blog explaining some of this on a more regular basis, including covers to all of my books (anthology included), in case you wanted to have a look.