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 […]
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I’m playing a lot more with poetry than I ever have in fiction before. My current WIP revolves around it a bit, and it’s fun to work those muscles, as I haven’t often done so. Here’s a taste. It feels a bit raw to me, but it’ll give you an idea of the rhyme and […]
The amazing news came in this morning. The Song of the Shattered Sands sold to Gollancz in the UK. It’s already sold to DAW for North America, so this new deal (as I understand it) locks up worldwide (i.e. non-NA) English rights. I’ve had no direct ties to Gollancz so far, but I’ve heard nothing […]
Tonight I have wonderful news to spread. I’ve just signed a new audio contract with Brilliance Audio for the rights to my upcoming series, The Song of the Shattered Sands. I’m very excited that the rights have been locked up so early, and with a company like Brilliance, known for their quality audio productions. This […]
Well, me, I suppose. Last week my agent, Russell Galen, closed a deal with Betsy Wollheim for a new epic fantasy trilogy called The Song of the Shattered Sands. It’s a story set in a powerful desert city that controls the flow of trade and spice through otherwise impassable terrain. There are echoes of both A Thousand […]