Three years ago today, Genevieve Turner and I took you to space for the first time in Star Dust. We introduced you to playboy astronauts and uptight engineers, launched you into orbit, and invited you to boozy bridge parties. Writing this series has been one of the greatest joys of my creative life–and of course we’re not done yet.
If you haven’t picked up Star Dust, it’s free everywhere, including at Amazon, iBooks, B&N, Google Play, and Kobo. And, because I’m a dork, I couldn’t resist designing a logo for the ASD to celebrate and then using it to recreate a key letter from Earth Bound. It’s after the break.
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Happy book birthday to Earth Bound, which released a year ago today!
I’m not certain if writers are supposed to admit which of their books is their favorites, but Earth Bound is one of mine (the other is Party Lines), and I have spent more than a small amount of time wondering if I’ll ever write a couple I like as well as Parsons and Charlie. But rest assured I’ve been trying. I’ve been writing LOTS of words in the last few weeks, both on my own and with Genevieve, and I should have some fun news soon. But in the meantime, I’ll be celebrating with a re-read of everyone’s favorite grumpy engineer.
According to Facebook’s anniversaries, Special Interests released three years ago today. It’s been a rough week for me writing-wise, but this anniversary feels significant. I’ve talked before about how the theme of the series is having your life not go according to plan and trying to remake yourself, to imagine your life differently, in the face of that. It’s optimistic about self-growth, an idea I find even more relevant and encouraging today.