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By the Thames

Crabs and oysters on the sidewalk

Under the Walking City of Paris

Entering the catacombs of Paris

This fish says she can yodel even though her mouth is full of ice. A fan of yodels, I didn't stay to listen.

Greenland's icebergs from 30,000 feet

An Interview about Beasts of the Walking City

Many thanks to Luc Reid, who interviewed me about world-building for his blog at LucReid.com.  It was a lot of fun to talk about this stuff, and he got me thinking:  where did some of these characters come from?  (Hmm, good question.)  How long have I been thinking about this stuff?  (A very long time.)

Read the interview here, and be sure to check out some of Luc's other articles while you're there:  http://www.lucreid.com/?tag=beasts-of-the-walking-city


This big fish says he can swallow me whole. Dude, I say, that's probably why you're on ice.

One artful stack of bones

Stalked by buses #3: in the Marais, Paris

Behind the clock

Happy under the ground

Fruits et Legumes

Walking to work in Paris

London Bridge

At the Tower of London

Walking to work along the Thames this morning

I really appreciate a pub that has a special high-tide entrance

Golden Gate bridge from the air, while on the way to London

From the air, I swore the green spots looked like UFO landing areas

It's a big weekend for Beasts of the Walking City

BotWC is free this weekend!  If you haven't yet gotten your copy, here's your chance.

Priest Parking

Where the birds were, in Bodega

Beasts of the Walking City: Who won the Kindle?

I'm a little delinquent in getting this post up, but congratulations to 'HD-28', the randomly selected winner of a new Kindle Fire!

HD, since I don't know who you are, please drop me a note via my email address on the blog and let me know your contact info so I can get that out to you.  Let me know, too, if you'd prefer to have me turn this into a donation to Habitat for Humanity.

Again, many thanks to everyone who downloaded Beasts, read it, and went on to leave a review.  Your help is really appreciated.  If you're still finishing up the book, reviews are still very welcome.

I'm in the process of pulling together all of the details from the first month of the book:  sales details, what and where I did promotions, etc.  I should have this info up in a week or so.  Overall, sales have slowed from the momentum earlier in the month while I'm price-testing,  but I've got a number of things set up for this weekend that'll be interesting to watch.