Category Archives: Author’s Comments

Project Paperback Progress Posting!

Project Paperback Progress Posting!  Okay, I totally just did 4 “P” words together there for the fun of it.  First, I’d call my little celebration of October book month successful with the eBook give-away successful as over 2,000 copies were … Continue reading

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“Project Paperback” – Filling out the shelf!

“Project Paperback” – Filling out the shelf!  Okay, so in this picture, you can see all 10 books of The Thurian Saga in paperback.  The problem is, four of these books can’t be purchased this way, at present.  “Project Paperback” … Continue reading

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What’s in the backlog of things to do?

What’s in the backlog of things to do?  Well, it’s not just coming up with the story, and to make that clear, here’s what is on my plate right now for “things to do!” Finish the last pre-editor review for The … Continue reading

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Progress Report – The Legacy of Aris

Progress Report – The Legacy of Aris (and other projects).  What exactly is happening right now in the wonderful world of writing? 😉 The completed manuscript is now in its fourth internal (my own) review.  As a reminder, here they … Continue reading

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Coming Soon! The Legacy of Aris!

Imagine a world where those who harbor hope are considered insane, where everyone fears and hates their gods, and where being born is a curse. That is the planet of the Mayara, their burning and spiteful goddess shining in the … Continue reading

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The Thurian Saga now has a truly epic overture!

The Thurian Saga now has a truly epic overture!  Exceptionally talented composer and musician, Iain James Armour, has just created an amazing overture for The Thurian Saga!  Mr. Armour has recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London and with the 70-piece … Continue reading

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Incarnation Updated and Ascension loses 20,000 words!

Incarnation Updated and Ascension loses 20,000 words!  Oh, it’s all good!  Thus far, my editors haven’t come back with suggestions to lower the page count and tighten things up, but this time, for Ascension, they did. So, I have been going through that story, … Continue reading

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The Legacy of Aris approaching two-thirds done…

The Legacy of Aris is approaching two-thirds done!  This is book eleven for me, and this weekend was dedicated to going through a review of not only it, but Ascension, Resurrection, and even Incarnation!  One of my readers was kind … Continue reading

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New Story, New Worlds, New Challenges!

New Story, New Worlds, New Challenges! After writing about Thurians, their struggles, and their world for nearly 10 years, it is a difficult task to start writing about a completely new set of characters on a different world with different … Continue reading

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The magic of writing, and why I keep coming back to it.

The magic of writing, and why I keep coming back to it.  If you think writing is all I do or enjoy, not so.  I enjoy different things – live instrumental concerts, history, video games (especially of the survival or … Continue reading

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