Back working on the last book in The Change series, with Rachel Manija Brown. We have a target pub date in December.
The Norsunder War is now published. That culminates all the Sartorias-deles multi-book arcs, beginning with Inda. But I’m not done with that world yet, oh no. The next one, Let the Torrent Dance Thee Down, set postwar, stands alone, but in some ways it’s more intense than any of them. Due out in May. The one after, Antiphony, is sort of a mate, and it will come out in autumn.
My laughable attempts at marketing:
You can read a chapter a day of current projects on my Patreon and discussion of same, and other subjects.
Katie and Jordan Heroine is a new podcast. Their first episodes focus on Crown Duel.
Being one of the many authors who have no skill (or budget) for marketing, I am grateful for word of mouth from readers. Here is a review that pretty much made my year.
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I’ve done two interviews with Fiction Fans Podcast. The most recent was about the Inda series, episode 49.
An interview at the Milford Writers’ site.
with writer Francesca Forrest, about Lhind, and villains