Thanks to the successful Kickstarter in May, we’ve now got the lovely paperback version of The Tembelaka Voyage for sale on our shop page now! Thank you to everyone who helped out!
You can check it out here!
Update: We made it!! Thank you, everyone!
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Thank you to everyone who visited me and the books at Anime Central! If you’re visiting from there, welcome! I wanted to announce to those who weren’t at the convention that we’re going to have a Kickstarter to get The Tembelaka Voyage in print, launching on May 26! (That’s this Thursday.) This just so happens to fall on the first day of Balticon, at which I’m a guest! See us there to hear more about the upcoming projects! We’ll post more info here, too.
Hey everyone! Sorry for the long hiatus. I’ve been posting links to the Blackfeather Chronicles, chapter by chapter, on my tumblr. If you found the stories from there, welcome!
I wanted to let you all know I got invited as a guest to Balticon 50! I hope to have a table in the artist’s alley there, too, where I’ll have my prints and the first two books available in paperback, and maybe a bit of something extra! I’ll keep you updated as I get more news about Balticon.
I’ve also got a revived art and portfolio website at Worlds Within.
The Tembelaka Voyage has been edited and the final version is now available to read here on the website!
It’s also available as an ebook! You can find it here on Amazon. (If you don’t have a Kindle but do have a smartphone, there’s an app you can download to let you read ebooks.)
We’re at GenCon right now and we hope to see you there! We’re at booth #1543 with the books and our wigs.
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Book two, The Germhacht Episode, is now available in ebook form! You can find it here on Amazon. (If you don’t have a Kindle but do have a smartphone, there’s an app you can download to let you read ebooks.)
Jess and I have been working on revisions for The Tembalaka Voyage. Right now it looks like The Tembelaka Voyage will be out as an ebook, premiering at Gen Con this august, and hopefully in print a month or two after. We’re looking at a potential Kickstarter that will include printed copies of The Tembelaka Voyage, The Cambriol Riddle, and A Shandorian Journey. More on that as it gets closer.
The Levour Spectacle, as you’ve noticed, has been on an epic hiatus while I retool my whole plot outline. I think this one will be best written in full before posting.
Thank you all for your patience and support. Thank you to everyone who visited at Balticon, and everyone who’s stuck with me this long!
You can also check on Shandor’s tumblr or my twitter for updates as they happen.
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So, I did not at all account for not having a buffer during convention season. Which was really thick headed of me. I am still alive and writing, though the first at too fast a pace and the second at too slow of one.
That said, thank you to the new readers from Tokyo in Tulsa! I will be at Otakon next weekend, with books and prints, and GenCon the weekend after. After that ( and a good lie down) I will be back and trying hard to get you the new chapters you’ve been waiting on.
The café was beautiful, all marble topped tables with wrought iron legs, and high ceilings decorated with pressed tin. It marked the spot where the fairgrounds ended and the capitol city’s shops, eateries, and expensive apartments began. People walking by on the street were exceptionally well-dressed, and a quarter of the ladies had tiny dogs much smaller than their impressive hats. Continue reading
I wanted to have something up this morning, but that didn’t happen. I’m very sorry. I am living in a pile of tissues and Dayquil at the moment and there is nothing coherent to post. 🙁
“Let’s see the world, shall we?” Teresthan said. Anna took his arm, somewhat against her better judgment, and let him pull her along through the other side of the site, where wildflowers clung stubbornly to some lovely rocks and waterfalls dashed in torrents under happily finished little bridges, some of wood and some of stone. Anna recognized decorative elements from some of her earlier drawings for railings and pillars. Teresthan’s grin brightened whenever she noted something with approval. Continue reading