Update – March 2016

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Well, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. Figure it’s about time I took a few minutes from the pile of things needing doing.

As you may have noticed from the new landing page updates (all the way at the bottom) I’ve been quite busy as of late. Two of my novels (One More Run and Hand of Raziel) came back from the proofreader. Curiosity Quills has signed two more – Division Zero: Guardian (#4) and The Redeemed (Roadhouse Chronicles #2).

I’ve also completed drafting the second novel in the Tales of Widowswood series (Book one is Emma and the Banderwigh). Book two – Emma and the Silk Thieves, is on its way to CQ for consideration.

On top of the above, I’ve got a steady influx of edits and proofreads (on other peoples’ stuff) coming in.

2016 is going to be an exciting year release wise, with six of my novels coming out, starting with Grey Ronin (The Awakened #3) in May. For anyone who’d like to keep informed of releases, I’d appreciate it if you’d check out my Amazon author page and click follow. That way, you’ll get notifications whenever a new release hits.

http://www.amazon.com/Matthew-S.-Cox/e/B00IU223WI

Also, keep an eye out for the Actuator 2.5 anthology set in the world created by James Wymore and Aiden James. (I’m not sure of the exact release date, but I believe it is this year. My short story, The Ruin of Man is one of nine stories set in a world split apart into multiple realities. Chris Malidore was kind enough to create this title art for me:

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I’ll soon be posting an interview with author Jason King (as soon as he gets it back to me) as well. I recently had the pleasure of writing a short story for an anthology he’s putting together in his Valcoria world.

In other exciting news, I will be attending this year’s UtopYA con in Memphis from June 22-27, signing copies of The Summer the World Ended, Caller 107, and probably Emma and the Banderwigh as well.

There are a few read-and-review slots left for Division Zero 2: Lex De Mortuis and Division Zero 3: Thrall. If anyone (who has already read book one) is interested in receiving a free ebook in exchange for an honest review posted on Amazon, please contact me via email mcox2112 @ gmail.

Anyway, suppose I’ll stop rambling for now and wander back to the editor’s chair.

 

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