My first book is finally available in paperback on Amazon in addition to the eBook format. I took forever on that, huh? You can find it at the link here.
“World to Come,” the second book of the trilogy, will be available next month, so I’ll be sure to make a post about that as the time draws near. For now, enjoy, and if you like the first, spread the word!
It’s been forever since I’ve posted an update of any kind. Fortunately, I’m not here to make excuses, and can proudly say that the sequel to Second Fall is well under way.Judging by the word count of the first draft alone so far, it’s going to be longer (whoops), and hopefully much more polished than the first in terms of research. It’s all fun for me, so I can’t complain one bit. I look forward to entertaining all who like what I write, and to the rest…well we all have opinions, don’t we? It’s a lot of work to research military and government structures in other countries, let alone keeping track of other stories I’m pulling in, but I’m happy with it all so far. Rest assured, it’s coming.
but I’m back, and I’ve got some stories almost ready to go up, along with some flash fiction to boot. Hopefully I’ll have more time to keep up writing over the next few months. In the meantime, I’ll have something up in about an hour that borrows from my previous flash bit, “A Yellow Glint.” I don’t touch fantasy a lot, but I liked this one.
It’s always cool to go back and revisit things in writing. In this case, it’s the old headquarters of Tiamat Unbound in part two of the Second Fall series. Slumbering dragons are dangerous things, but they hide many secrets in an expanded universe.
Sometimes it’s nice to map out your expanded universe, especially if you want people to know about the other options to consider that could shed light on events that are hinted at.
has been awesome. I released my first book (Second Fall, on Amazon), and I’m currently in Austin Texas on vacation, for RTX! Winding down for the first day, but it’s been freaking awesome to say the least. Still working on writing between panels, and there’s a long drive back. In the meantime, check out my book and the free short stories if you like an expanded universe. You don’t have to read the collections to get the book. I’ll be enjoying this view in the meantime while I work on something.
The day has finally come that I can proudly announce I’ve published my first book. It’s available on Amazon right now for Kindle devices and apps. Read and enjoy!