This is my final column for The Night Bazaar. The blog was conceived as a way to promote writers who had books coming out from Night Shade in 2011, and next year it’ll be promoting writers who have books coming out from Night Shade in 2012, so that puts me on the night train to the big adios, suckers.
Thanks to Courtney for getting this blog up and running — it’s been a blast. And it’s been a pleasure to blog with talents like Bradley, Kameron, John, Stina, Katy, and Martha, not to mention our brilliant parade of guest bloggers.
I haven’t got the foggiest idea what the new year will hold for me, writing-wise, since the novels I’m currently working on are not yet sold. I hope to work with Night Shade again, but not every book works for every publisher, and it really isn’t anything personal. So in the meantime, here’s where you can find me in the year to come.
You can visit my personal site at Thomasroche.com.
You can find ebook editions of my other zombie/paranormal stories on Amazon, here, here, here, here, and here, or read my 1997 dark erotica collection Dark Matter now back in ebook form from Renaissance eBooks.
You can find me weekly blogging about science, technology and the paranormal at Techyum.com.
You can find me blogging about sex, science and politics at TinyNibbles.com.
If you’re in San Francisco or its environs, you can take the 60-hour training for sex educators that I teach twice a year with San Francisco Sex Information. This is a sex-positive, life-changing, life-affirming class that aims for a descriptive, rather than a proscriptive, approach. It provides concrete information for teachers, writers, psychotherapists, social workers, doctors, nurses, ministers, reproductive counselors, and anyone else who provides her or his clients with descriptive information about sexuality.
You can find me blogging every month or so about writing erotica at WriteSex.net.
You can read my hard-boiled crime blog at Boiled Hard.
You can also add me on Tumblr, if you’re one of those people.
And if you enjoyed The Panama Laugh and want to see a sequel, you can visit PanamaLaugh.com for updates.
Of course you can always just drop me a line, which is cool, too. Hopefully you’ll be seeing lots more of me on the bookshelves, virtual or otherwise. But whatever the future brings, it’s been hella fun blogging here. Thanks for listening.Read More...