Words of Radiance is done! + Signing in Orem Saturday
First off, keep in mind that the shipping deadline for signed books and other nifty things is tomorrow! Look here for more details. I’m also appearing at the Orem Library Holiday Author Extravaganza tomorrow morning; see my events calendar.
For those who missed my posts on social media in the wee hours of the morning last week, I have finished the final draft of Words of Radiance, second volume in the Stormlight Archive. We turned the manuscript in to Tor, and they printed the thing off and showed how big it is in this blog post here. They also released one of the interludes on their site for free, as a preview. Enjoy!
I also wanted to mention that I did a few signings last week, and left signed books behind that you might want to grab. The most important of these was the signing I did for the military men and women on Hill Air Force Base. The Exchange there said that they commonly ship to other Exchanges around the world.
So, if you are in the army or air force and you want to buy a signed copy of Steelheart, you can just go to your Exchange and have them order one of the signed ones in from the Hill Base Exchange! The book only costs about $14 there. I thought some of you might be interested in this, particularly some of you serving overseas who can’t easily get signed books otherwise.
I also did leave many copies of my books signed at the Idaho Falls Barnes & Noble. (Including A Memory of Light and The Emperor’s Soul.) The Fred Meyer’s in Pocatello had a very nice turnout on Monday, and I left signed books with them too. So if you’re in eastern Idaho, I think you’re covered. And as I mentioned above, I’ll be at the Orem Library tomorrow, for those of you in Utah Valley.
Anyway, now that Words of Radiance is done and turned in, I’m working full-time again on Firefight (sequel to Steelheart). I plan to keep at that through December and into January, so watch the progress bars if you want to keep up.
Thanks, all, and have a Merry Christmas and some Happy Holidays!