Tag Archives: SotRS

Book Cover (1st draft)

Don’t get too excited, it’s still not coming out ’til sometime next Summer.   Still…this is starting to get really fun.

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Second Drafts

I’d forgotten how amusing, how frustrating, and how incredibly surprising a second draft can be.   The plan for book 2 had, at first, been to write the whole of draft 1 in a single pass, then to follow up … Continue reading

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The Day I “Made It”

Of all the days that have come and gone since I released “Knight of the Flame”, this one has easily been the most unexpected, the most surreal.  I’ve been thrilled about how the world has been treating my book for … Continue reading

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The Questions A New Author Gets All The Time

There are two of them. Two questions which I get asked almost daily these days. Can you guess what they are? Yeah, I’ll bet you’re way ahead of me, likely because they’re the first two questions which immediately pop into … Continue reading

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Planning a Sequel…part one?

So, I’ve been dedicating a lot of processor cycles to the process of writing the next book in the Children of the Old War series, “Sect of the Rounded Stone”.  Mostly, I’ve been pondering the feasibility of getting it published … Continue reading

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Partners

There’s a particular grievance that’s been building in the back of my mind for the past few years.  It’s one of those things—and maybe you know what I’m talking about—which make me stand up, look around the room, and think, … Continue reading

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A new process

Like many people, I’m sure, who have considered if they might be one of these “writer” people, I’ve written a lot of little short stories, snippets of conversation, and scenery descriptions over the years.  It’s a defining characteristic of the … Continue reading

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