Don’t forget to nominate for the Dragon Awards

Anybody can nominate books for the Dragon Awards. The deadline is July 20th. Just go here. It’s free an open to everyone.  http://application.dragoncon.org/dc_fan_awards_nominations.php

Don’t nominate me for anything though. Share the love. I’ve already got mine. Go nominate some other people. 🙂

The Dragon Awards are open to everybody, It doesn’t cost anything to participate. DragonCon wants as many fans as possible involved.

Also, if you are an author, don’t be afraid to promote yourself for the Dragon. They encourage authors spreading the word and getting their fans excited. There’s none of that fake civility nonsense where only some approved writers are allowed to flog their work, and everyone else is expected to sit quietly for their turn. That’s nonsense. If you are proud of your stuff, and you’ve got fans, tell them!

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Cliff Ryden
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Cliff Ryden

Excellent interview. Ex-farm kid(not dairy), so I respect your common sense. Keep yanking the chains of the SJWs for the LOLs.

Fruitbat44
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Fruitbat44

Thanks for the heads-up. Sadly this has made relalise I’m not reading or watching nearly as much stuff as I would like to. But FWIW & JIMHO my nominations are: ‘The Furthest Station’ by Ben Aaronovitch. The latest in his, IMHO, highly readable urban-fantasy ‘Rivers of London’ series. ‘A Skinful of Shadows’ by Frances Hardinge. YA fantasy set in the English Civil War involving a young-girl with a certain talent and, amongst, others a very angry, and very dead, bear. Film, well guess who managed to miss ‘Infinity War’ at the cinema . . . so plumped for what I… Read more »

Christopher M. Chupik
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Christopher M. Chupik

Voted in the last two, will vote in this one. Making the Usual Suspects unhappy is merely a happy side-effect.

Vivian Lane
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Vivian Lane

Eh, what the hell. Hopefully I’ll get a little exposure and a few more readers.

Nominated The Originals for TV since that show has always needed more love and it’s on its last season.

Jake
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Jake

The only book I’ve read this year that came out this year, that wasn’t Larry’s, was The Night Dahlia by RS Belcher. I really like that series (I couldn’t get into his weird West stuff).

But I nominated it.

Shadowdancer
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^_^ Voted already, in the categories I’ve read stuff in that qualified. Thanks for the reminder though!

Throbbin Yobbin
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Throbbin Yobbin

You promote the murder of children in your novels. (I’ve read MHI–but it was an illegally downloaded copy so you didn’t make any money hehehe!) You promote the murder of children in real life too with your lionization of devices of death! You seem to get awards for it too. The blood of the dead children in Parkland and Sandy Hook is on your hands!

A.v Willis
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A.v Willis

*citation needed*

Also, you realize that the first book is free as an ebook via Barn?

jic
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jic

It’s free on Amazon too. That idiot’s glee at having stolen what’s essentially a free sample was the best part.

robin halvorson
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robin halvorson

Ummm — I missed that part. What page is it on?

Throbbin Yobbin
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Throbbin Yobbin

The whole novel was about the government paying mouth-breathing yahoos to shoot non-Caucasian analogues and they do it better than the government’s own White Supremacist police forces. Of course, the best part was how the “Uncle Tom” werewolf character was the real hero of the story just like race traitors like Clarence Thomas and Ayaan Hirsi Ali. These kind of novels encourage vigilante death squads like the “Minutemen” who go around murdering brown people at random because they deem them to be illegal. As much as I despise the Trump policy of robbing brown people of their children, it’s still… Read more »

C. K. Dexter Haven
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Your ableist micro-agression is noted. I was born with a deviated sceptum and have had to breath through my mouth all my life. Your insensitive and bigoted use of “mouth breathing” as a pejorative is inexcusable. Please check your privilege and take a time-out for sensitivity training.

A Kuhn
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A Kuhn

Sigh..here we go with the Wanton Murder Shit…. There are less than 1,000,000 Police Officers in the US, for 300 Million people…NOT a bad ratio one would think…until you look at the actual Numbers involved We’ll round these down to be as conservative as possible, and say 900,000 total LEO’s of all stripes at all levels So, off the top, Take out 250,000 for the Feds who don’t deal with the general public every day, take out another 150,000 for Corrections who don’t deal with the Public at all. So Now you;re down to 600K, take off ANOTHER 150K for… Read more »

Joe in PNG
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Joe in PNG

About Throbbin Yobbin:
By reading a book, he knows more about foreign countries than people who live there…
He’s so hip with black people that he has surpassed “N word privileges” and now has Lynching Privileges…
Despite being a cis white male from a middle class background, he is seen as the utter authority on who is an authentic minority, and who’s an “Uncle Tom”…
His male feminism allows him to unironically mansplain the realities of a woman’s life to women…
He is the Wokest Man In The World.

Nicki
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Nicki

So you’re saying he’s sporting a rather large clitoris?

E P
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E P

Jeez, this guy is a more aggravating Monster Rights advocate than Chad Gardenier’s mother. Though speaking of which, I would love a scene in the main storyline of Owen and his friends dealing with Monster Rights advocates. I guess having someone call Earl an “Uncle Tom” (or something like it) in-universe would be tricky because it would require having someone that stupid be in-the-know about how Earl is not 100% human, but man, can you imagine how fantastic it would be to watch Earl’s reaction to something like that? Or I guess it could be in a more indirect way… Read more »

RangerL
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RangerL

Says a douche bag that probably supports driving a pair of sissors into the base of a baby’s skull. Leftist cries of for the children are extremely hollow while they support the continued eugenics program that calls itself Planned Parenthood.

John Chisum
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John Chisum

l love children. They taste like chicken.

Seriously though I’ve taught in the public school system for 19 years. I may be wrong but I’d wager I’ve done more to help children than you ever have. I collect, shoot, hunt, read, and try to educate young people about firearms as often as possible. This series is outstanding.

Throbbin Yobbin
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Throbbin Yobbin

So, you murder animals and teach children to murder people and animals,

Interesting

Joe in PNG
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Joe in PNG

And you subside on what? Origone energy and crystal emanations?

60guilders
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60guilders

It’s not murder if it’s an animal, and “educating people about firearms” includes “teaching people not to murder people.”
Protip: it’s not murder if the person is actively trying to kill you.

jic
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jic

My nominations:

Best Military Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel – A Place Called Hope (Z-Day Book 2) By Daniel Humphreys.

Best Science Fiction or Fantasy TV Series, TV or Internet – Westworld, HBO.

Best Comic Book – The Wicked Righteous, Volume 1, Alterna Comics.

I don’t think I’ve read/watched/played anything that qualifies for any of the other categories, at least nothing that stuck in my mind.

Nathan
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Nathan

Recommend Galaxy’s Edge: Legionnaire by Anspach and Cole for MilSF

jic
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jic

Eligible works have to have been released between 1st July 2017 and 30th June 2018. Galaxy’s Edge: Legionnaire was published on 12th June 2017, so it’s not eligible.

Nathan
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Nathan

Make it Galaxy’s Edge: Imperator by Anspach and Cole instead.

David
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David

While we’re on the topic, Larry, though you don’t know me from Adam, I managed to grab a few minutes to chat with you during each of the past couple of D*Cs that you attended (2017 and 2015, I believe), and naturally I greatly enjoyed it. I want to express my dismay, nay, my existential horror, that I don’t see you on the con’s publicly-available guest list. Is there a chance that this creeping dread may be put to rest and we’ll see you there this year?

BigFire
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BigFire

Odd, nothing about Saints release today… Of course many of us have pre-ordered it.

Charles Stover
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Charles Stover

I’m afraid that throbbin is serious. In which case I’m not sure my eyes are ever going to stop rolling.

Deepelemblues
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Deepelemblues

If the Billy Bobs and Joey Rays really wanted to load up and shoot non whites on sight, the inability of many large police forces in cities and towns to stop gang members from shooting each other on sight would lead me to believe that the streets would be knee deep in the blood of massacred non whites. That doesn’t seem to be the case now does it. Of course Billy Bobs and Joey Rays actually only exist in extremely small numbers. But if they did exist in the numbers cultural Marxists say they do, the bodies of their victims… Read more »