I’m very much looking forward to attending Bubonicon in Albuquerque this weekend — I’m going down Thursday evening to get rested (grin). I’ll be reading a scene from the early pages of the next Jurisdiction novel, Crimes Against Humanity, featuring Karol Vogel and someone who’d been important in Joslire Curran’s life just prior to the opening pages of An Exchange of Hostages but not in a good way. The convention has also generously afforded me time on Sunday morning for my “Twenty Years Under Jurisdiction” presentation in which I like to natter on about how long I’ve been working with this story versus how long Uncle Andrej’s career in print has extended so far, and related topics . . . and confidently anticipating just plain having a lovely time! See you soon, Bubonicon!
It’s been a year since Andrej Koscuisko sent his stolen bond-involuntary Security into Gonebeyond space; a year since he followed after, to seek out a man he has deeply wronged. […]
Susan’s been working on the Jurisdiction series for more years than she cares to specify. Now that she’s retired from her day job she’s calling herself a full-time author in shameless disregard of the facts. You can find her Jurisdiction list on Facebook here (need not friend to view/participate); or check out the Yahoo group HisExcellency for discussion history (grin).
“Susan R. Matthews is a writer to watch – and to keep away from explosives and sharp objects.” — Debra Doyle, co-author of the Mageworld series