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Dance of Destinies – Book 5 of the Galactic Mage Series is Now Available

DD_cover_only_webWell, it seems like “at long last” to me, but I suppose I’ve made pretty good progress getting the fifth installment of the Galactic Mage Series out. There are a lot of plot elements coming together in this book, and I really feel like I’m getting almost halfway decent at telling stories in novel form now, after six books.

If past experience is any indication, I’ll probably look back on the fact I said that right now and, in, say, ten years, I’ll think, “No, dude, you sucked back then, but I hear what you are saying.” I’m never good enough. But, such is the nature of the learning curve. And any artist that has worked at their art for very long can tell you there is this weird back and forth between hating everything you do and thinking you are freaking amazing. So for now,  however long it lasts, I am feeling very full of myself and I just love this one. I have to say that it seems like the easiest reading of them all to me, but maybe it’s because I love all these characters so much . I’ve lived with them all in my head for a very, very, very long time. Continue reading Dance of Destinies – Book 5 of the Galactic Mage Series is Now Available

The Galactic Mage Series: What’s Next and When?

Me with my nose to grindstone on Hostiles, book 3 of The Galactic Mage Series.

With the successful launch of the second book in the series, Rift in the Races, and book three, Hostiles, coming out later this year, I thought I’d take a moment to share what I envision for the series as it moves forward, and what my plans are around and beyond it. Rest assured, I won’t be sitting around idly in 2013, and I will have my nose firmly to the grindstone of productivity. Continue reading The Galactic Mage Series: What’s Next and When?

Rift in the Races Update and Video Book Trailer Revealed

cover_only_web_SmallWell, after a whole year of working on this story, it’s finally ready. The final print files are in and approved, and Fernando is formatting them for Nook and Kindle as I type this. He says he should be done on Saturday, but who knows, maybe we’ll get lucky and it will be sooner. From there, I will upload them to Amazon and Barnes & Noble, and check to make sure they work. If they do, then I’ll throw the switch and it becomes a matter of hours. They say approval can take up to 72 hours, and with the glut of new stuff coming out these days, that might be the case, where book one only took about six hours as I recall. But, that’s what we’re looking at. Continue reading Rift in the Races Update and Video Book Trailer Revealed