Category Archives: fantasy

Getting Closer on AEF: Alexiandrölarn

Only two chapters left to finally finish the AEF: Alexiandrölarn novella and both of those are nearly complete. Just some minor corrections to make sure everything comes together at the end and Bob’s your uncle. Also, several chapters of Festival … Continue reading

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The 2019 Long Hot Summer

So, August just appeared on the calendar and see I’ve kept no one updated on events occurring over the last few weeks. So a summer update for those who are interested. In release news things are plugging along. Not a … Continue reading

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Final Preparations, No Really

I hope to in one week be able to upload the final version of Built for Murder to Amazon, Apple Books, and Smashwords for pre-ordering sales. That is, give or take a day or two if everything works out. Still … Continue reading

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Storms Still Alive

Finally making some headway on finishing my short story Storms on an Opal Sea, possibly the oldest idea in my to-do projects folder. Creativity and energy have been radiating out of me so I’ve been jumping from project to project … Continue reading

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