So, a while back I hired an editor to work on Fate of the Red Queen. I’ll admit, I struggled, which came as a shock, because I’m usually quite willing to do battle with a book, and I’ve generally embraced commentary–even commentary I don’t agree with–because they make me think! And THAT makes the writing […]
And if you forget that you are human, even during moments with divinity, then you become profane. Would you have someone be guilty of merely being man?
I haven’t posted in a while. I have a new job that is close to full time. I’ve not learned to balance that yet with any kind of writing schedule. Except I’m making movements. I’ve realized I can’t do substantive editing any more, so I pulled that page. I also took down the serial Relic […]
So I was chatting with Jane Lindskold on Facebook Messenger, and the subject of finishing a project came up again—she’s suggested this before. She finishes books, and has published some of my favorite works. I finish and revise drafts—now up to nine unpublished books—and get distracted by new story ideas. She told me, “The hot […]
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World Building and News: Adventures of the Relic Robbers!
A few days ago my revisions for Sen of the Woods—which were going well—got hijacked, not only by a much needed visit with my sister, but by a new story idea. Weeks before, I’d joked with Layton Green about what we’d do if we weren’t writing, and he said that he’d be a tomb raider. […]
The Red Khémèresh… on Kindle
My novella, The Red Khémèresh, is now available on Kindle. 🙂 Phayaden is a shaman tormented with visions that come without ceremony—terrible images of war against the people of the Tashihyel. She fled to the obscurity of her small family clan—but cannot hide from these visions after inviting a god into her home. The demi-god Engidu must […]