Anyway, check it out:
This is the start of a cool series that's sort of like the Gray Mouser and Fafhrd meet Indiana Jones. It's also a series to which Timothy Zahn and I have contributed work, although I believe you'll have to wait until later volumes to see our stuff. The first one appears to be all material written by Ryan Schifrin, who created the characters, and Larry Hama, which means the stories will be damn good.
Anyway, I hope you'll check out this product and the series as it unfolds.
The anthology includes four short stories, one of which is by me. Mine features Canice Gormleigh, the gun mage mercenary who first appeared in my novella MURDER IN CORVIS.
Bob, Erin, and Paul's Sundering novels are on there, too. Go team!
Senator McConnell is reportedly willing to soften the GOP's stance against abortion provided the procedure is performed with a handgun obtained without background checks, an initiative endorsed by the NRA. Democratic legislators are currently waiting to hear whatever President Barack Obama has to say in response so they can distance themselves from his position.
OLIVER: Do you think I'm just going to let you walk out of here? You may not have killed Sara, but you're still a murderer!
MALCOLM: What are you going to do, arrest me? I can escape from any prison. So your only real choices are to let me go or kill me. And I hear you're not a killer anymore.
OLIVER: Shucks, when you put it that way, I guess I'm stymied. Run along, then.
You know, Oliver, you could TRY putting him in jail and see what happens.
In the final push up to the midterm elections, the GOP will be using a new piece of music in their TV spots and at their campaign rallies. If you'd like to hear it, I have it here.
(By the way, even if this plaintive anthem doesn't persuade you to vote Republican, I hope you will still vote.)