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Check out my Patreon page

https://www.patreon.com/wenspencer

I've always wanted to do special things for my fans, but generally the costs are prohibitive. Commissioning art, printing, postage, it all adds up.

I've also wanted to have a more meaningful engagement with my fans. Something more personal than snippets on Facebook or a tweet.

Patreon seemed like a solution to both problems. I can use it to finance cool perks for fans like custom signed book plates, artwork, fantasy maps of my worlds, signed chapbooks and more. It's also a place I can share exclusive "patrons-only" unedited work-in-progress for valuable feedback from my closest fans.

I've posted some samples of the things that I'll feature for my patrons: scenes from upcoming books, an Elfhome novella, discussions on writing, and artwork by artists I've commissioned.
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News!

The Black Wolves of Boston ships today! Its out in hardcover, kindle, nook, and Audible!!! The audio version has four separate narrators! I'm so excited.

Black Wolves of Boston on Amazon

I launched a Patreon page to give fans cool rewards.

https://www.patreon.com/wenspencer

Later today (Feb. 7th) at 8 pm EST I'm doing an AMA on Reddit.
https://www.reddit.com/r/books/

Stop by and ask questions! (If you miss it, the thread stays up but you need to search back a little to find it.)

Also this week I'm recording a podcast for Baen's Radio Hour. I'll post a link once it airs.
wen

I've started a Patreon page!

https://www.patreon.com/wenspencer

I've always wanted to do special things for my fans, but generally the costs are prohibitive. Commissioning art, printing, postage, it all adds up.
I've also wanted to have a more meaningful engagement with my fans. Something more personal than snippets on Facebook or a tweet.

Patreon seemed like a solution to both problems. I can use it to finance cool perks for fans like custom signed book plates, artwork, fantasy maps of my worlds, signed chapbooks and more. It's also a place I can share exclusive "patrons-only" unedited work-in-progress for valuable feedback from my closest fans.
wen

Free Short Story -- Does a Bear Shoot in the Woods?

Baen.com has a new short story of mine up -- free to read -- on its front page. It's called DOES A BEAR SHOOT IN THE WOODS? It ties into my newest book, THE BLACK WOLVES OF BOSTON, coming out February 7, 2017. The short story is set in the same universe but features different characters and the two can be read in any order. You need to scroll down on the front page to find the beginning of the story.
wen

Reminder: Wednesday Book Signing in San Francisco

Wednesday, March 4th, 6-7:30

The San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin St., (at Grove).
Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Room, located on the Library’s lower level, (Enter at 30 Grove Street, proceed down stairs to the lower level).

This is not a Library Sponsored Program. Please either contact me via Facebook or Baen at PR@Baen.com for more information.

Baen is sending a box of promo stuff (posters, postcards and whatnot) and I will be doing a reading and signing. The library charges for food clean up, so if someone has plans of surprising me with food of some type (the mind boggles here but the library has rules and this is one of them) the library needs a $35.00 cleaning fee up front.

I WILL NOT BE SELLING ANYTHING! (Library kept making sure that I understood this.)
Because of the short notice on this trip, I couldn't wing a bookstore -- SO NO WHINING ON DATE, LOCATION, OR TIME.

Please, spread the word.
wen

San Francisco Book Signing

I'll be doing a book signing

Wednesday, March 4th, 6-7:30

The San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin St., (at Grove).
Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Room, located on the Library’s lower level, (Enter at 30 Grove Street, proceed down stairs to the lower level).

This is not a Library Sponsored Program. Please either contact me via Facebook or Baen at PR@Baen.com for more information.

Baen is sending a box of promo stuff (posters, postcards and whatnot) and I will be doing a reading and signing. The library charges for food clean up, so if someone has plans of surprising me with food of some type (the mind boggles here but the library has rules and this is one of them) the library needs a $35.00 cleaning fee up front.

I WILL NOT BE SELLING ANYTHING! (Library kept making sure that I understood this.)
Because of the short notice on this trip, I couldn't wing a bookstore -- SO NO WHINING ON DATE, LOCATION, OR TIME.

Please, spread the word.