A small town in Kansas is suddenly without power, cut off the Internet and cell service, told by Homeland Security to activate emergency protocols. Then the news hits — terrorists have hit several cities around the country and clouds of radiation are headed your way.
What would you do?
“Great characterizations!” Avidbookreader – Amazon review.
Last year, I published The Willow Branch.
Not long after that, I read a blog article that said “Don’t be a 1-Book Wonder.”
So, enjoy Life As We Knew It.
Daermad Cycle is a complicated project with multiple threads in two timelines, at least two cultures, and many characters.
I just spent the last week trying to organize the various bits of the story that have been written so that they will flow the way I want them to and now I am looking at the gaps.
How did Ryanna and her travel companion get from Cenconyn to Clarcom? And how long did it take them?
Epic fantasy means you must exercise the art of epic writing. As god of my particular universe, I must step back into the world I have created and start really answering the questions of how to flesh out the bare bones of the story and have all the threads come to together at the end while simultaneously setting up the third book in the series.
Good heavens! I have a lot to do. Did I say Murklin Wood would come out in October?
Uh …. I like a challenge. Let’s see if I can do it!