February 26, 2013 (Matthews, NC) — Geonn Cannon’s steampunk adventure Railroad Spine (9781938108044 | 5.99) has been recognized by Analog Science Fiction and Fact.
Railroad Spine tells the story of an airship captain in a dark future where sharing knowledge is punishable by death.
Don Sakers wrote of the novel, “While this story wears the trappings of steampunk, it’s no mere adventure tale … there’s a lot more going on under the surface: questions of freedom and rebellion and a fundamental belief in the power of knowledge. The story...
It’s nearly November again and we’re all picking up our pens, setting up our Scrivener, and getting to work on our novels. National Novel Writing Month was the inspiration for this company. Our novels are drafted in a frenzy and then polished over the next year. Sell, Repeat, Create. Whoever thought anyone could write a novel? We all did.
Whether you are already familiar with Geonn Cannon’s Riley Parra or are completely new to the series, you might be interested in picking up a Season 3 subscription while it’s still early and they’re still available. Season 1 and Season 2 are also available through Supposed Crimes for you to catch up or relive Riley’s story so far!
Despite my sluggish summer, other authors at Supposed Crimes LLC are blossoming. Merrymore has a [redacted] I cannot wait to publish and Kelinswriter is rounding 3rd on Once Upon a Dream. Riley Parra Season Three is ready to launch. Have you caught up yet?
We’ve had a heatwave of epic proportions. Code Red air quality. There’s condensation on the doors and windows. It’s so creepy, guys.
Supposed Crimes has been selling books for six months. I should do a full writeup of what it’s like to run a publishing company. But in the meantime, a handy graph:
I have not been writing lately. Nor researching. I’ve been keeping up with financials, but what little free time I had to devote to craft was eaten up by the World Cup. That’s 20 games in as many days. I watched them all. But even this year I didn’t give as much attention to the World Cup as in years past. I didn’t read multiple news stories and editorials every day. I didn’t scour Getty Images. I am even behind on Cross Conference, which expanded its coverage. The momentum is there. The WPS continues and right on its heels,...