Getting In Touch with Me

So, you want to get in touch with me. We can do that. But a few caveats, first.

  1. I can’t read or comment on your work. Sorry, but that’s how it is. For any number of legal and professional reasons, me reading your stuff is a bad idea. It’s nothing personal–I’m sure your work is wonderful; but I can’t look at it.
  2. I’m not willing to give you a referral to my agent or publisher. Why? Well, again, while I’m sure your stuff is great, I don’t know you, and recommendations are a very personal thing, on both ends. If you want to contact my agent, his information it further down the page; but please, don’t tell him I sent you simply because I posted the link. Ditto my publishers.
  3. While I read every e-mail I get, I can’t promise I’ll respond. Part of that is because I’m just plain terrible when it comes to keeping up with correspondence. Truly terrible. The other reason is, well, I have books to write and kids to raise, and that takes up most of what little brain space I have. I’m trying to get better about this, but it is what it is.

With all that said, I love hearing from readers, reviewers, bloggers, critics…pretty much anyone who isn’t trying to spam me. If you want to drop me a line, please feel free to do so HERE.


United States: Roc/Penguin Group U.S.A.

United Kingdom & Australia: Tor U.K./PanMacmillan

Germany: Verlagsgruppe Random House/Heyne

France: l’Atalante Editions

Poland: Wydawnictwo Literackie

Czech Republic: Baronet