The season four two-parter featuring the return of Faith is up–it’s called “The Last of the Red Hot Slayers.”
I know this blog has been light on everything but Buffy posts lately, but I am hoping to get back to a more varied routine soon. Thank you for bearing with me as I put the finishing touches on the current novel. It’s slated to go off to my agent on Friday.
Or, as I called it, “Bye Bye Mister Yankee Pie.” Enjoy!
The Slayer’s in with the Initiative for all of a minute this week on my Tor.com rewatch of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. As for me, I’m a few weeks ahead of the rewatch pub dates, so I’m busily writing my essay on “Superstar.”
Here’s the essay: “All Fun And Games Until Somebody Loses An Arm Skewer.”
And the whole rewatch, because a couple people have said they want to start rewatching from the beginning.
First, this week’s Buffy essay: “You say potato, I say Doomed!!”
I will be at Orycon this weekend, sitting on panels, connecting with people and celebrating the launch of M.K. Hobson’s thoroughly awesome THE WARLOCK’S CURSE. It’s a terrific convention, one of my favorites, and if you are around I’d love to see you.
I’ll be signing books on the Sunday, with so many other wonderful authors–list below!–at the Authorfest 6 at Powell’s Bookstore. Note: Ten percent of total proceeds will go to benefit the Beaverton Education Foundation.
Here we are:
Kevin James Breaux
Barb & J C Hendee
M K Hobson
J A Pitts
Phyllis Irene Radford
You loved “Hush.” I loved “Hush.” When Kelly and I rented a local theater in Vancouver for a showing of “Once More with Feeling,” “Hush” was the episode we watched as a preview. It is, I am certain, the S4 episode I’ve seen the most times. And here’s what I said about it.
And, by the way, it includes a handy sample of the tweets we’d be seeing from the Scoobies if the Gentlemen hit Sunnydale today. And it wasn’t a smoking crater.