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The Lupine Prince on kindle updated

Last week I spent some time and energy fixing another couple typos and reformatting some of TLP for Kindle. The revisions were approved and so now the most up-to-date version is available on Kindle. Unfortunately the paperback still has some … Continue reading

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Errors of past work

Yes, I know it exists. And then, when little sister number two, re-reading my book that she just so happens to love, comes bounding through the hall pointing out that I had an instance of “parent’s” instead of the correct … Continue reading

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Twice in four days

Well it’s been almost 4 years since I first started writing my first book, The Lupine Prince. Its been almost 3 years since I finished editing and publishing it. And it’s been about 2 years since I last seriously worked … Continue reading

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Poem anew, for a past life Va’il knew

A forgotten wound Did scorn my haste Laughter and tears Remorse and hate And the picture painted So long uncovered That life remembered Might continue forever And realization, odd Through a new life told Did strike the pond That was … Continue reading

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Excerpt from TLP, Discovering the King’s Problem

Not much to add lately, but I was thinking of another excerpt. It’s the beginning of one of the major plots in Together with Silver. It plays a good sized part in book one, almost none in book two, and … Continue reading

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An overabundance of evil characters

In writing the sequel to The Lupine Prince, I’ve been making my characters encounter quite a few bad people in succession, and it worried me for a while. I wondered why they weren’t meeting more good people. Granted, it makes … Continue reading

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Friction in Fiction

There is a post on Ars Technica about the nature of friction. I found it interesting, but it raised some good questions. What exactly would it take to move two surfaces against each other without friction being created? And I’m … Continue reading

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Opening of The Lupine Prince

An excerpt for today, from the final version (appears in the Kindle version), and of course the print is where it has always been, but still only a six word difference: “Wake up!” Va’il woke to the sharp pain of … Continue reading

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Writing mode and immediate plans

I’m back in pure writing mode. I wrote around 5k words today, on a holiday. 2k were ideas from a notebook typed and redone on the computer. The other 3k were original. And it’s a great feeling. I’m working on … Continue reading

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40000 book downloads, kinda

A while ago, a major torrent site for P2P downloads went legal. Removed all infringing content and only hosts, currently, user-created, original, and usually independent work. That is Mininova.org. They went from being one of the most trafficked sites in … Continue reading

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