Thursday, August 19, 2010

For a Limited Time Only, Yet Another Teaser ...


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12 comments:

wraith808 said...

not.fair.

write.faster.

:)

Brad said...

Damn you Steve. 2 books you've got me hooked into and neither one is out yet.

Anyone ever tell you that you were/are a tease

Steve Perry said...

Well, I was just trying to keep everybody in the loop. But if the teasers bug folks, no problem -- I can keep them to myself ...

Brad said...

Naw, that won't work either.... tell you what, write both and as penance, write a trilogy as suggested yesterday...

That would do it, yeah, that would do it.

jks9199 said...

Madado or Madodo?

Hey -- you tease us, I'm going to fire back by catching a spelling error! ;)

Nice... but with his mothers -- why isn't Gerard carrying a spetsdod? Or will that be explained as the story develops?

TinMan said...

You had me at "Death came for him". Way awesome. Can't wait.

Ed said...

I don't go to bed for a while. How much more will be up on screen tonight?

Thanks, looking forward to the bookssss.

Ed said...

....and glad I caught this one -- missed the last peek at Sibs.

Stan said...

Steve, do you create any physical changes to your work area when you work on the different books? Someone else noted that P. Anthony would have several books "in the works" simultaneously, which really caused a "familiarity" between them.

Since you're working on two books at very different places in the Matador timeline, do you have a particular tactic / technique to keep your focus in the current works time / sociology / technology?

Like everyone else...Really want to read the new works!!! Thanks for the "teasers!"

steve-vh said...

My son just finished his AP English report on TMWNM btw.
Now he wants the next one!!

chuck said...

Gah!! you are evil mister! (and Brilliant) I've turned a few others into Matador Junkies recently. I can't wait for these to be published!

- Chuck

Scott Masterton said...

Looking forward to it Steve. Thanks for the taste.

By the way, I really enjoyed Master of Pamor. Great look at the Indonesian Arts from within a fun story.