State-of-the-Author April 2017

The next Cat Among Dragons book, now re-titled, has finished being edited. Cover design is in progress and a mid-May release looks pretty certain.

The next Colplatschki book is being edited for a late summer release.

The next Powers book will be released in December.I am seriously thinking about changing the release order for Colplatschki, and launching the Great Fires novel (Fountains of Mercy) before releasing the third NovRodi book.

The third Powers book needs some reworking to add material (the reference book is looking at me from the end of the bookshelf) and will be released in 2018.

I suspect that there will be two more Cat Among Dragons books after this one, and then the series will come to a close.

I hope to start releasing the RajWorld books next year, starting withย  Shikhari! which will be a YA book as well (that’s the one that was excerpted on the blog.) That series is four books.

Current projects once I finish the fourth RajWorld include the merchant fantasy, a Southeast Asian/Chinese fantasy story (a fight between displaced dragons and some nagas, with humans caught in between.) Also the Leigh Kendall geology/Powers stories, and a steampunk not related to Language of the Land that is set in Wilhelmine Germany, kinda sorta ish. And a follow-up book to Language of the Land.

And the urban fantasy about the loggers in Oregon, the seemingly rabid moose, and unicorns who are really tired of dealing with ever-changing EPA regs.

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11 thoughts on “State-of-the-Author April 2017

  1. And the urban fantasy about the loggers in Oregon, the seemingly rabid moose, and unicorns who are really tired of dealing with ever-changing EPA regs.

    Alright, you have (yet even more of) my attention. How soon can I (pre-)order? }:o)

  2. Aren’t all moose rabid? Seriously, other than the drooling I’m not sure how you would tell the difference, moose are not exactly the friendliest animals god ever created. Granted more often than not they will go away from you when you meet them in the woods, but it isn’t exactly rare that they come at you instead.

  3. Hmmm . . . ponders love relationship between a unicorn and a moose. What would the offspring look like? Cue Shakespeare’s famous sonnet –

    “Love is not love
    Which antlers when it antleration finds”

    ๐Ÿ˜‰

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