Award Season, Spring 2019
I’m hard at work on Stormlight 4. (No title yet—but you can read my update on Reddit a week or so ago right here, if you missed it.) In the meantime though, it’s time for the yearly roundup of stories I’ve released that are eligible for various awards.
It was a somewhat quiet year for me, with only three releases. The largest of these, Skyward, is eligible for various awards—including the Andre Norton Award and the award for Best Young Adult book that is given out alongside the Hugos, but isn’t a Hugo, and doesn’t have another name yet. (That I can figure out.)
Children of the Nameless would be eligible in various novella categories. As it was released for free, you can download it here.
Legion: the Many Lives of Stephen Leeds was released as a novel, and is eligible as such—though the third chunk of it (Lies of the Beholder) was released as a standalone novella as well, through Subterranean Press.
If you’ve had a chance to read the second volume of the White Sand graphic novel, it’s also eligible for nomination this year.
And as usual, you can nominate Writing Excuses in the Best Related Work category.
Like I said, a short list there this year. As always, thank you for your consideration!