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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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … 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. 🙁 –Ruth
“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 … Continue reading
This week’s chapter is late and getting later. Sorry! Here is a schedule of upcoming conventions and shows where Ruth will be with paperbacks and prints: Anime Central, Rosemont IL May 17-19 Anime Boston, Boston MA May 24-26 Anime Next, … Continue reading
Anna was, by now, very familiar with Sherard station. No trains ran to Shandor, so the nearest place to board was the station just over the eastern passes. Sherard station nestled in a pine-forested valley, in a town of almost … Continue reading
To Mistress Anna Darvin, I have had the pleasure of seeing your sketches for the proposed Shandorian pavilion at the Nations’ Exhibition in Levour, and must confess myself impressed by a number of points in your design. Sadly, Master Marwright, … Continue reading