Passing the test

probability book is good


Based on the test devised by xkcd author Randall Munroe, my upcoming science fiction novel has a high probability of being good. I’ve invented a few words and concepts, but three in one sentence? Never. Also, the use of “awesomer” is strictly outlawed.

The Caphenon is set for a March 15 release, and is currently in the final proofreading stage. (My proofreader said she was delighted to actually find an error, which made her feel like she’s doing something to earn her fee. I’m taking some pride in making her work so hard to find anything.)

It’s been a long time in the making, but I have enjoyed the process of publication and am sooo ready for this book to come out.

FYI, there are no Fra’as in it. And definitely no invented words with apostrophes.

About Fletcher DeLancey

Socialist heathen and Mac-using author of the Chronicles of Alsea, who enjoys pondering science, politics, well-honed satire (though sarcastic humor can work, too) and all things geeky.
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9 Responses to Passing the test

  1. Karien says:

    Awe’ some news! As I’ve said before, I’ve been keeping an eye on “Red Moon” for any updates for a couple of years, and it’s such a relief to finally have a date! Now if only Laurie J. Marks will also give us a date.

  2. James Haney says:

    Looking forward to it. 🙂

  3. Ana_ñ says:

    Well, even without Fra’as, I can’t wait for the launch. You should put a countdown clock on the blog!

  4. Sorry about your Ducks, could this be taken in Oregon?

    • oregon expat says:

      That is indeed taken in Oregon — at Shore Acres State Park, just south of Coos Bay. Best place for wave watching on the whole west coast.

      As for the Ducks…yup, they got smashed. Fortunately I’m not a football fan. Certain members of my family are probably crushed, though.

  5. Inge says:

    Sooooo.. will you be shouting a warning when we can pre-order and where?

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