Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Immersion Method for Fantasy

When it came time to work on the series again, after a lapse of a couple of years from the original drafts, I was a bit concerned about how I would get involved and return to the mindset of the … Continue reading

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My Apologies

I was recently a (very small) party to a discussion among authors about how to handle an aggrieved reader.  The said reader was disappointed in the author’s second book, and left a message that seemed both strong and articulate.  It’s … Continue reading

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Another Grinchy Idea

The Grinch got a wonderful, awful idea. . . Lately, I’ve been feeling a bit like Dr. Seuss’s famous villain.  To put this in context, I should say I’m working on the second novel of a contract with DAW books, … Continue reading

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