Thursday, August 9, 2007

Docs available at Immunity ...

I'll put the link to Immunity up as a permanent sidebar when I redo the blog layout. It's here, for reference:

http://www.immunityinc.com/resources-dkm.shtml

The docs available there are, roughly grouped:

A Moment In Time (script) PDF RTF
All Possible Worlds Pilot (script) PDF RTF

A Moment in Time should be read prior to All Possible Worlds.

Old Man (story) PDF RTF
On Sequoia Time (story) PDF RTF

Same universe -- there's a couple bridge stories that link them, "Unification" and "Sea of Light," both unwritten.

The Armageddon Blues (book) PDF RTF
Emerald Eyes (book) (Also includes "The Star", a short story) PDF RTF

Both set on the Great Wheel, though not linked much otherwise -- characters from both of them do appear in "The Collapse of the Levels," and the Corvichi spacetime gypsies in Armageddon Blues appear in the Man-Spacething War. Emerald Eyes is the first Continuing Time novel.

Sorry about how slow publishing this to e-books is going -- for text that's been around decades in some cases, there are still typos ... if I ever produce copies of these books absolutely without typos, doubtless the universe will end.

9 comments:

Sean Fagan said...

"Overhead, without any fuss, the stars were going otu."

MLL said...

Would you like help with the proofreading or any other aspect?

Happy to serve.

Dan Moran said...

"Overhead, without any fuss, the stars were going otu."

Yes, that was the joke. Though otu was witty and I'd have gone there had it occurred to me...

mll, anyone who wants to help proof, I'm not proud. I've barely started "The Long Run."

MLL said...

Sign me up boss.
Love the Long Run.

LOVE IT.

mllament@gmail.com

Rocky said...

I'm a long-time fan, and just recently stumbled over your blog during one of my periodic searches of the web for any news of your work.

I would be more than happy to help with any proofreading you need done. You can contact me at rjrapson@gmail.com with details.
I can handle just about any format you care to use.

J.D. Ray said...

So, having just discovered the treasure trove at Immunity, and hearing the (happy dance) news that Tales were continuing, I began re-reading EE. I'm 99 pages into it, and have run across a few sentences that I struggled with the flow of. Now I wish I'd marked them so I could point them out.

I realize that spelling or typos are one thing, writing style and punctuation choices are quite another. How do you feel about feedback on sentence structure?

Dan Moran said...

At a certain point you have to let it go, is mostly how I feel about it. I read Last Dancer, the most mature of those novels, and I itch to rewrite a lot of that text. The earlier novels are worse.

Some of the text is clumsy. Following along and cleaning up to suit myself at each progressive step of my life? Madness, madness ....

Anonymous said...

proofreading -- EE pg. 190, maklo vs. malko.

tartujik said...

I read Empire Blues: The Devaronian's Tale in Tales from Mos Eisley years ago (probably not long after it came out) and have been looking for more of your work ever since. Unfortunately at first I only thought of looking for you in major bookstores, it wasn't until fairly recently that i thought of looking online. But the two books that looked like the best places to start were over a hundred dollars and I am just way too cheap for that shit. I can't even count how many times I've read Empire Blues, it is simply my favorite story by anyone (and I am pretty damn well read). So thank you, thank you, thank you for finding a way to get your works out to the public without them having to gouge into their wallets. I am very excited to finally be able to start reading more of your works!