With everything else going on, it’s a fun challenge to remember to update my Patreon and come up with things to say. I’m trying to keep it varied enough to appeal to writers, editors, readers, and gamers.
Today I posted the second installment on a series about my novel Aether’s Pawn and the real-world places that served as inspiration for the book.
A look at one of my favorite UK villages, and how it inspired my novel. Now available on my Patreon from the $3 tier and up. (With bonus cat.)
…in which that which has been secret is now partway revealed.
I’m pleased to be able to announce that my novel OF THE ESSENCE is going to be unleashed upon the world in May 2016, as part of The Ed Greenwood Group’s Hellmaw setting. For more info on the setting, and the other authors fortunate enough to get to play in it, please click the happy, friendly logo above. 🙂
This will be my first published novel. (The second novel I sold, but the first one to be published. Because: publishing!)
And here, at last, is the catalog copy.
When a powerful daemon warlord is murdered in modern-day England, all signs point in the same direction: to Tehru, his nemesis throughout the dynastic war on Araunt. But Tehru knows that someone else has access to her power: Quills, a back-alley magic dealer and tattooist who once received a sample of Tehru’s essence as payment for her services. Now the murdered daemon’s followers are coming after Tehru for retribution, and Quills has to track down the real killer and clear her client’s name. If Quills doesn’t solve the murder in time, she’ll be the one to take the fall.