2013: We Continue

2012 was an enormous year for me, the year my son was born.  Also, and this would have been top of the list in any other year, it was the year when I got back to being a novelist again.  2013, from what I already know, is shaping up to be, well, not just as good, because it's work rather than offspring we're talking about, but good nevertheless.

We got to bed in good order just past midnight, at home, perfectly sober, which is the first time in decades for me that all those things have happened at once.  Today I'm going to enjoy the last day of my holiday and bake a cake, but I felt a few things needed mentioning on the blog.

London Falling is Tor Ebook of the Month, which means there's a nice price cut on the DRM-free version of the ebook (a version you won't get from Amazon).  If you want the freedom to move your book between devices, Tor should be your first port of call.

There's a new interview with me about the book up at Starburst Magazine.

And may I heartily recommend to you the new Verity podcast, six women (several of whom are involved in the Chicks Dig books, including my Squeecast comrade Lynne Thomas) talking about Doctor Who.  It's excellent stuff.

I hope you're having a Happy New Year.  Until next time, Cheerio!



8 Response to "2013: We Continue"

  • Anne Gray Says:

    Happy New Year, Paul! To you and your whole family!


  • Paul Cornell Says:

    And to you and your little one!


  • Mark Clapham Says:

    "We got to bed in good order just past midnight, at home, perfectly sober, which is the first time in decades for me that all those things have happened at once."

    First time in decades for a New Year's Eve, or in general?

    I wouldn't underestimate the possibility of 2013 being better. Babies are sweet, but its when they hit six months that they become really fun.


  • Paul Cornell Says:

    I'm looking forward to all the changes!


  • Claude Says:

    I started the new year off with a Cornell book. I missed the premier of "Saucer Country". Mainly because the local shop needs Spider or Super on the cover to sell the thing. Maybe you should do a series called Spider Country or the other thing. I bought it because it has your name on it. Usually a positive indication. Can't wait to crack it and dive in. Happy New Year, Sir Paul.


  • Paul Cornell Says:

    Thanks, hope you enjoy it.


  • Claude Says:

    Intrigue and entertainment in one package. How do you know so much about American politics? Are they alike all over?


  • Paul Cornell Says:

    Thanks. Actually, I read a lot about US politics, and the series is me just expressing that.