Where we’ve been on the internet

Places we’ve been

April , 2016: We’re interviewed over at SFF World, where we talk a bit about how long it took to sell Linesman, and other things.

April 5, 2016: We take part in a SF Signal Mind Meld, talking about books we’d like to reread for the first time.

March 3, 2016: Guest post over at SF Signal talking about spaceship design.

February 29, 2016: Interview over at Civilian Reader. A little bit about us, the way we write and when/how we started writing.

February 26, 2016: Guest post over at tor.com.  Five books about five kinds of aliens, talking about five books with aliens that we read in the last year.

February 25, 2016: Guest post over at The Qwillery, where we talk forcing your characters to fit when they’re not supposed to be in the novel.

February 23, 2016: Mary Robinette Kowal posted Our Favorite Bit of Alliance on her site.

July 25, 2015: We join fellow authors Michael Colby, Dava Bara, Jack McDevitt and H. Paul Honsinger to take part in an author’s round table : 5 Quickfire Questions on the term “Space Opera” on Paul Watson’s Space Opera Nation site.

July 17, 2015: The Qwillery very generously allowed us a guest post. Here we are talking about how we co-write.

July 14, 2015: Mary Robinette Kowal posted Our Favorite Bit of Linesman on her site.

July 9, 2015: Five things we learned writing Linesman, on Chuck Wendig’s site.

July 3, 2015: Interview with The Qwillery about writing in general, and about and Linesman.

July 2, 2015: John Scalzi posted our Big Idea for Linesman. Here we talk about where the idea for Linesman came from.

Some good reviews

Of course, we’re only posting the good reviews 🙂

There are more, we’ll post them as we find them.

If you want to read more

And if you are still looking for something to read, there is always the book itself. You can read the first chapter by clicking on the link from the front page of our blog. (This is the ARC version, so it may have some typos.)

Or you can read a longer extract (which doesn’t have the typos) on the Penguin Random House site, on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

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