I’m pleased to announce that I’ve finally finished the first draft of my new book, Twelve Kings in Sharakhai! I finished what I refer to as the zeroth draft about two months ago, but I don’t really consider the very first pass of a book a readable draft. That first raw draft is filled with […]
Two Dudes in an Attic recently took on The Winds of Khalakovo, and the result was a very complimentary but also very amusing review. Anuskaya is built on a foundation of Russian and Slavic culture, rather than the typical Western European, so there are going to be differences for those used to typical epic fantasy. I […]
I’ll be at GenCon this coming weekend, Thursday through Sunday. Will you? If you will be, stop by and listen to a panel, or visit me in the dealer area (in Author’s Alley). I’ll have freebies to give away at my solo panels (The Structure of Scenes, Tension on Every Page, and Schrödinger’s Plot)! […]
Sami Airola over at Rising Shadow recently read and reviewed Lest Our Passage Be Forgotten & Other Stories. I’m very pleased and flattered that he enjoyed it so much. Here’s an excerpt from the review: Bradley P. Beaulieu’s Lest Our Passage Be Forgotten & Other Stories is an excellent and fantastic short story collection. In my opinion […]
Bradley P. Beaulieu is the author of the epic fantasy series The Lays of Anuskaya. His new epic fantasy, Twelve Kings in Sharakhai, will be released by DAW Books and Gollancz in Fall of 2014.