Orycon 36

I’ll be attending Orycon 36 this year, November 7 – 9.  Orycon has always been a friendly, accessible convention with a happy vibe all its own.  Look for me on programming this year!

E-books now available from Baen Books!

The six Jurisdiction novels are now available from Baen Books:

http://www.baenebooks.com/p-2308-susan-matthews-bundle.aspx

Individual titles are also available from Baen Books (for multiple platforms).  The Kindle editions are available from amazon.com; the Nook editions are available from Barnes and Noble (barnesandnoble.com).

Individual “buy” links are on the individual novel pages; buy early!  buy often!  (grin)

Cheers,

Susan

 

Contract Signed for E-Books from Baen

Baen Books and I have signed a contract for the release of the six existing Jurisdiction novels as e-books.

We’ve actually been working on the project since November, but I never feel it’s real until I get the check (grin) so I’ve been doing my best not to talk too loudly about it.

I’ll publish information on release/publication dates as I get it, but for now — woohoo!  ::throwing virtual confetti::

Web Page Updates

I’ve added a file called “Jurisdiction Pronunciation Guide” to the Reference Cube.  It’s a copy of the document I prepared for audible.com for their audio book editions of my Jurisdiction novels; it’s a raw alpha sort (I’m sorry) but in time I hope to offer a search function.  — And I can’t recommend Stefan Rudnicki’s narration of the novels too highly, they’re absolutely lovely (in my admittedly prejudiced opinion).  Audible.com has very generously provided links to the first chapters of the audio books so you can listen if you like, and tell me if I’m wrong (grin).  You’ll find them on the novels pages under “Jurisdiction” on the Novels tab.

Live from the Jurisdiction Fleet Ship Ragnarok!

My new website

It’s new, it’s improved, it’s stronger than dirt.

It’s been completely reorganized, to make it easier for you to find content you’re interested in.  Among the new features you’ll find the first chapters of the six Jurisdiction novels from those nice people at audible.com, so you have a chance to hear for yourself how effective Stefan Rudnicki’s narration is.  There are first (print) chapters for each of those books; some additional content I dredged up reviewing previous drafts of things; the novella Quid Pro Quo; and a character library.

I’ll be posting my current work-in-progress (a novella from the early months on Scylla) when it’s ready for public viewing.

Go ahead!  Click on a link!  Hear for yourself!  (grin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome To My New Website

angel-coverMy new website

It’s new, it’s improved, it’s stronger than dirt.

It’s been completely reorganized, to make it easier for you to find content you’re interested in.  Among the new features you’ll find the first chapters of the six Jurisdiction novels from those nice people at audible.com, so you have a chance to hear for yourself how effective Stefan Rudnicki’s narration is.  There are first (print) chapters for each of those books; some additional content I dredged up reviewing previous drafts of things; the novella Quid Pro Quo; and a character library.

I’ll be posting my current work-in-progress (a novella from the early months on Scylla) when it’s ready for public viewing.

Go ahead!  Click on a link!  Hear for yourself!  (grin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Distinctly I remember

. . . it was in the bleak December, and each separate dying ember cast its shadow on the floor.  Well, not really, because I don’t have a fireplace.  What I do have is a whole lot of development work on this website — Jeremy Tolbert at Clockpunk Studios is my design master, but I have a whole lot of content I need to load!

What do we want? New web site content!

When do we want it?  Now!

There’s content loaded in “Other” that hasn’t seen the light of day until now — it’s Cousin Stanoczk Presents Pizza and Beer Theater.  You might also want to check out Ask Cousin Stanoczk, if there’s something that’s been perplexing you about this whole Malcontent thing.  Or any thing.  Just bear in mind who you’re asking, because he’s not always entirely serious.