Writing, like any artistic endeavor, is fraught with mental health pitfalls. This has always been the case, for as long as we’ve cared enough about artists to learn of their personal lives. Some of this is due to the uncertain … Continue reading
Chief Warrant Officer Torgersen, As you are no doubt aware, The Don’t-Ask-Don’t-Tell Repeal Act of 2010 removed barriers to homosexual members in the armed services, who may now serve openly and as equals. You have long held the position that … Continue reading
Buy it on Barnes and Noble Buy it on Amazon Buy it on Indiebound Buy it at Powell’s THE SKULL THRONE, by Peter V. Brett, is out today. As I type this, the book is ranked #54 out of all books … Continue reading
I’m heading to the west coast to hang at Seattle’s answer to NYCC, Emerald City Comic Con! I’ll be doing panels Friday and Sunday, a signing Friday (I’ll tweet about it as details come available) and a Drinks with Authors event on Saturday night (that’s already booked solid, so if you’re going I’ll see you there).
It’s a smaller Comicon, and I’ll be around, so please catch up to me to get one of my Trigger Discipline ribbons, get a book signed or just to say hi! Tweet me at @MykeCole if you’re trying to track me down and I’ll let you know where I’m at.
A few months ago, I received a letter from a cadet at one of the United States military academies. The cadet was a fan of my work and had met me at a convention, and felt comfortable enough with me … Continue reading