Tim Pratt
SF and Fantasy Writer

All That I Can Think About Are…

I went to bed last night well past midnight, after watching images of the horrible disaster in Japan, and was awakened at 6:30 by a robo-call about the west coast tsunami warning. Donating to the Red Cross is probably a good idea today, and you can give $10 by texting REDCROSS to 90999.

Everything else seems a bit trivial in comparison, but I may as well post the bits of this blog post I wrote yesterday.

My story “Shark’s Teeth” appeared in Daily Science Fiction today, for subscribers. It should be available for everyone to read on the website in a week. This is the chronologically-latest (so far) Marla Mason story, set after the events of Broken Mirrors. (But it should stand alone fine even if you’ve never read a word about Marla; in some ways, it’s a reboot for the series.) I sent the story as a chapbook to readers who donated to the serial of Broken Mirrors, but it should be new to most of you.

The Alphabet Quartet continues — we’re up to “I is for Inertia” on the website!

Looks like I’ll be going to Fogcon tonight. See some of you there. I might possibly drop in on the bar tomorrow as well, but I think I’ll just stay home and work on my novel instead, as the end is increasingly in sight. (I’d be more likely to go if the hotel were near a BART station, but since it requires transfers to get there on public transit and I hate driving, I probably won’t make the journey twice.)

2 Responses to “All That I Can Think About Are…”

  1. dsolo Says:

    Hi Tim,

    Loved “Shark’s Teeth”. I tried to download “The Nex”, but I have a Sony ebook reader, and it wasn’t available on that site. I’m already hooked on T A Pratt, and look forward to the next Marla story. I found you through the Daniel dos Santos website, because the cover of “Poison Sleep” intrigued me. Keep up the good work.

    Debbie Solomon
    Brandon, Fl

  2. admin Says:

    Thanks! You can get an epub of The Next at bn.com, and that should work on the Sony reader, from what I understand.

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