Monster Hunter Memoirs: Fever – eARC is out now!

Fever is the new MHI novel by me and Jason Cordova, set in 1970s California. An eARC is the Electronic Advanced Reader Copy, which is the not final version that goes out early to reviewers. Baen recognizes that some fans don’t like to wait for the official release (October in this case) so they make those advance copies available for sale.

Sometimes there’s editorial differences between the eARCs and the final, but honestly my manuscripts are really clean, so copy editing goes fast, and there’s rarely any differences between the two for my stuff. Take that for what it’s worth.

I’m really happy with this one. It was fun working with Jason, and our main character is way different than the MC of the previous memoirs. That’s the awesome thing about the Monster Hunter universe. It’s wide enough there’s a whole lot of different stories that can be told. I hope you like it.

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16 thoughts on “Monster Hunter Memoirs: Fever – eARC is out now!”

  1. EARC bought and book being read. It’s great. The voice is different from Owen’s, Earl’s, Julie’s or Chad’s.
    Now I have to re-read all the other 12 books in order to remember why certain character is “less happy in the 70″ than in the 40’s”

  2. Done. Starting right now.

    Larry, this is tanstaafl6817 from twitter, and, once again, I’m in the gulag for three more days. I’ll let you know what I think when I’m back up.

  3. Bought it and liked it.

    Glad to help you earn out your advance.

    I wonder why other authors don’t do this?

    1. Not shockingly, the professional author is, in this case, correct… “By me”, not “by I”.

    2. Nope.
      I’m right. Your high school English teacher failed you.
      The test is to remove the other name. “the new MHI novel by I” sounds stupid.
      Not that having my grammar get checked on a fucking casual fast blog post isn’t incredibly fucking annoying anyway, it’s extra fucking annoying when it’s wrong.

  4. Other than being too easy to read in one setting (and almost impossible to put down once I picked it up), this was great! Best way to avoid working for a day I’ve had in a long time. Easily worth the eARC $.

  5. ARGHH!!!!

    Pandora! The ending! Fortelling!

    The Wife!

    I was up until 3 AM reading it.

    Questions. So many questions.

    Now we need a St. Louis story.

    It was worth every penny. 5 stars.

  6. Do Milo and Melvin have a prank war going on? It seems to be consistent with their personalities.

  7. Instantly bought it.

    Binge read the whole thing.

    Realized I need more MHI in my life.

    More please?

  8. The past serves as a compass, guiding us through the complexities of the present. It humbles us, reminding us that progress is a collective effort. It encourages empathy, as we step into the shoes of those who walked before us. Thank you for this poignant reminder to embrace our history and cherish the stories that define us. Here’s to a future shaped by the wisdom of our past!

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