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The work on “The Raven’s Children”, the fifth book in Gwydion’s story, continues slowly. For those that might be interested, the plot for this particular section has always been a bit vague in my head, and wrestling it into submission … Continue reading
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I have noticed this happening in the last year or so, but this article at Breitbart London sums it up nicely: you can use SJW outrage to get your work out there, talked about, and…
I finished writing Cricket’s Song in 1997. It was the first time I had finished anything longer than a short story, and I was happy that I had done it. But I had no idea what to do next. I read … Continue reading
I posted on my other site about the whole Sad Puppies affair. It’s amusing to watch, but in the end, much ado about a trophy. Man, do some people need external validation, or what?
The question was asked, how does Cricket’s Song and A Bard Without a Star relate to each other? Is Bard a sequel to Song? Well, it’s more like prequel. Bard takes place about 200 years before Cricket is born. Gwydion … Continue reading
I’ve got a new book out, A Bard Without a Star. It’s only available in ebook right now, but I hope to have the dead tree version available later this week. So something interesting happened. I figured while I waited for … Continue reading