The Sporadic, Spasmodic, Self Promo Post

It occurred to me that not only did my health crash — and it has its up and downs.  The reason this is so late today is that I’m actually fighting SOMETHING that kept me in bed till eight thirty — make it very difficult for me to do promo guest blogs, but that I’ve been very bad at promoing here.  And since I have a book recently published, another book coming out in a couple of weeks, and another in July, I thought I’d go ahead and tell you about them.

The book that came out in December is Darkship Renegades, the second book of the Darkship Series — when Kit and Thena get to Eden they find all is not sound.  Or at least Kit gets arrested, and, after they spring him, he gets shot in the head.  To save him, they have to return to Earth and figure out things they’d rather not know about Jarl and the rest.  (click on the picture for the Amazon link.)  In this book we find out how truly interesting it would be to have angels govern us.  Or, as close to it as we can get.

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This book is the sequel to the Prometheus Award Winning Darkship Thieves

Darkship Thieves

In which a shy young lady…  Oh, stew it, in which a hellion of what Jerry Pournelle called (in his very nice review) “a princess of Earth” meets a rogue from a largely libertarian world and fights her way into a new home.  Cruel and unusual violence, explosions and torn nightgowns.

Coming out in March is A Few Good Men, the first book of the Earth revolution that starts immediately after the end of Darkship Thieves.  In both Darkship Thieves and Darkship Renegades you read about that weird sect, part religion part political movement, the Usaians.  Well, when Lucius Dante Maximillian Keeva, who’s been in solitary for 15 years and only didn’t go nuts because of being given access to literature and history “gems” (what they use instead of disks, deal) from the past breaks out of Never Never, he finds that there is an armed branch of the Usaians, the Sons Of Liberty, who appear to have murdered his younger brother, Max.  Imagine how thrilled he is, when he finds out his only hope of surviving is to ask the Sons of Liberty for help…  The tag line for this book (in the bookmarks) is “Your live, your fortune, your sacred honor, did you think those were just words?  Did you think this was just a game?”

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Completely unrelated, but coming out in July — and I understand that the previous are schedule for re-release soon — is Noah’s Boy, the third book of the shifters series (the first two are Draw One In The Dark and Gentleman Takes A Chance.  The fourth will be Bowl of Red, and I’ll try to get to it this year.)  I don’t have a picture here, though I understand it’s in the Simon and Schuster Catalogue, and if someone links in the comments, I’ll swipe it.  It’ s a very pretty cover.

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Diners, dragons, panthers, were lab-rats, tuckerized flies, unnatural cavalcades of shifters and lion-policemen, oh, my.  I suspect the d*mn series is actually SF masquerading as fantasy and this book is a huge step in that direction.

Also upcoming soon enough but not from Baen, a YA called Shadow Gods, in which high school students save the world from an invasion of the Titans, which in this version are eldergoddish, with the help of some of the Olympians.

And of course Witchfinder.

D*mn sequel btw, wants to be called Rogue’s Progress, which gives no hint at all that it’s fantasy.  I SHOULD know that Jonathan Blythe would be trouble.

And this afternoon I’m going to try to get to the long-delayed (LONG delayed guest blogging, supposing I don’t crash, burn and end up sleeping.  I really don’t feel well.)

Anyway, spreading this self-serving, self-promoting page would greatly help the author continue writing and providing free ice-cream doing these free blog posts, as well as the free novel Fridays.  If any of you are willing to take bookmarks to cons, let me know, and I shall send you little bundles of them.  Books are also available, if you’re willing to do a review.  There are also (very few) t-shirts for Darkship Renegades and a few more t-shirts for A Few Good Men, which I’ll be happy to give away in contests.

127 responses to “The Sporadic, Spasmodic, Self Promo Post

  1. Finished Darkship Thieves last night. It’s a space-opera romp that makes you think. Gents, you might want to wear protection while introducing yourself to this book’s heroine. Ladies, don’t bother, the Cat is taken. :)

  2. Rogue’s Progress? Sounds like a modern Romance novel set in the 18th-Century. I refuse to speculate about the cover beyond predicting a brawny chest, six-pack abs, a tight tush in skin tight leather and a whopping big sword.Sequel to be called Milady’s Enlightening Education, perhaps.

  3. I finished Darkship Thieves and Renegades a couple of months ago. I had such a great time that I am practicing my karate moves in the privacy of my own home. It has been a few years. ;-)

  4. Wayne Blackburn

    D*mn sequel btw, wants to be called Rogue’s Progress, which gives no hint at all that it’s fantasy.

    Well, one of Mercedes Lackey’s Valdemar novels is “Take a Thief”, which is a pretty similar, non-specific name. Perhaps you can add a subtitle which will make it clearer.

    • Heck, unless you already know the titles in the series and that it is a fantasy duology, “Vows and Honor” could be a historical novel about William the Marshall of England, a Regency romance, an urban romance, a history of chivalry, a re-telling of the 47 Ronin, a satire about modern politics, a military thriller . . .

  5. Huzzah! Noah’s Boy, can’t wait.

    What about A Flaw in Her Magic? I haven’t seen anything about that for a while.

  6. I didn’t realize Noah’s Boy was the 3rd Shifter book – I would’ve read your related posts more carefully as that’s my favorite series of yours (though the Heart and Soul series was amazing too).

    I don’t remember a Noah in the other two. But I never was good with names.

  7. Someone should write a bildungsroman about a gardener and call it the Rake’s Progress.

  8. Will Elise Hyatt be writing anything new in the near future? I very much liked Dipped, Stripped and Dead, haven’t gotten to the next two yet.

  9. Reviewing Witchfinder is harder without chapters 74 and 75.

  10. I’m looking forward to reading “A Few Good Men” when Baen releases the March 2013 e-books Bundle for downloading, tomorrow :)

  11. Draw One in the Dark is now available both in the free library

    http://www.baenebooks.com/p-114-draw-one-in-the-dark.aspx

    And in the Second Edition, with a brand-new afterword

    http://www.baenebooks.com/p-1859-draw-one-in-the-dark-second-edition.aspx

    Which means they are also available in Amazon Kindle editions and iBook, I believe.

  12. I can deliver Bookmarks to Millenicon in March in Cincy

  13. Wayne Blackburn

    … she says as she stamps her foot. (runs)

  14. I’d love to review Noah’s Boy (in all the usual locations: retailers, Goodreads, my blog). What do I need to do? (any ebook or PDF format or even online is fine).

  15. Yo! Blockhead! I shouldn’a have to be learning about This from PJ Tatler:

    Sarah Hoyt on Cam Edwards’ NRA News
    by Charlie Martin

    February 15, 2013 – 8:40 am

    Sarah A Hoyt, SF writer, Prometheus Award winner, and sometime PJM contributor, will be on Cam Edwards’ NRA News Radio today at 3:40PM ET, talking about her blog post “Drinking Their Own Ink“. You can hear the show on Sirius XM Patriot radio, or though the NRA News website.

    Charlie Martin writes on science and technology for PJ Media. Follow his 13 week diet and exercise experiment on Facebook and at PJ Lifestyle
    http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2013/02/15/sarah-hoyt-on-cam-edwards-nra-news/

    Nor should I have to add that the embedded links are available at the Tatler post linked above!

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  17. I just posted a promo piece for Sarah’s current and forthcoming works (that I know about) at Old Patriot’s Pen (http://oldpatriot.blogspot.com/). Hope it helps! Maybe both of my regular readers will check it out…

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