Release Update

Judiciously Familiar has been uploaded, and should be available by Monday. All excerpts have been removed from the blog. It is now available.



18 thoughts on “Release Update

  1. Great!

    I will have to wait to “throw money” at you until Friday but if it’s available on KU I Will Grab It. ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Great news! Can’t wait to buy it on Kindle – would love to be able to get all these in paperback too. The battery life doesn’t run out on a paperback, and I can read them outdoors too…

  3. Yessssss!

    Hmm, the Kindle Store is having Issues right now.
    (Goes to desktop and does the purchase/download fandango.) Done! (And the ‘zon had a dollar discount from something or other, so it wa even more affordable. Peter Nealen’s non-fiction documentary latest novel will go on hiatus while I do some lighter reading. What, creatures from abyssal planes aren’t light reading? Bah! I say, bah!

  4. [Checking Snerk Collar Settings]

    First the Duel was fun but the aftermath was annoying (for Silver) but ended well.

    Second, I enjoyed finding out about the Raven. Some of my guesses were wrong but so what. ๐Ÿ˜€

    Third, there was a not-so-surprise event concerning the boys. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. Innnnteresting. In every volume there are Clues to at least one old mystery โ€” and at least one new mystery that I want to know All About. (I suspect I am fixated on that belt buckle ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • Chuckle Chuckle

        It seems that somebody is “arming” our heroes for some big fight.

        Oh, and we had more evidence that the Familiars have special information sources.

        IE The Prophet Tay. ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. Bought it,, read it. You know, it’s intriguing how certain books gain in impact if you read them outdoors…

    I have to ask: how much of the Thaumaturgical Association meeting was based on your own experiences at SF conventions?

    And the explanation for the giant raven was … unexpected. But well handled.

    • More based on historian conventions than on SF cons. Odd titles are a point of pride in some sub-fields. The academic spats are almost traditional at some meetings.

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