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Still alive, and writing

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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My new marketing strategy

Originally posted on Gnardo Polo:
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…

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The road to being a published author

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

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The Ensaddening

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?

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Timeline

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

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A Bard Without a Star

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

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Wizard’s Heir free for the next five days

I’m doing a promotion on Wizard’s Heir for the next five days, in anticipation of releasing A Bard Without a Star, which will contain the three e-books Wizard’s Heir, The Two Tanists, and The Bardic Academy.  Let me know what … Continue reading

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