I hope to make this blog worth reading again. We'll see. This whole thing was intended, originally, to be a way of keeping people current with what's going on in my world. I think I'll still do the newsletter for people who don't like being online, but I'll post here, too.
That said. Most of you know I've thrown IM by the wayside, and the boards are gone at least until January. I just needed the break.
My goals between now and January, though, are:
- Finish Sins of the Son and prep it to try to publish
- Get back to work on Tenebrae
- Finish Terror's Grace (unrelated project)
- Finish reading several books
Work in progress (WIP) queue:
- Sins of the Son (The Phoenix and the Dragon, book I)
- Terror's Grace
- Tenebrae (The Phoenix and the Dragon, book II)
- Shadowless (The Phoenix and the Dragon, book III)
- Broken Gold (King's Annals, book I)
- Unmade Gold (King's Annals, book II)
- Remade Gold (King's Annals, book III)
Possible WIPs, but not that likely:
- Cauldron of God (about one of the Terror's Grace characters--Christopher)
- Curse of the Father (sequel to The Phoenix and the Dragon)
- Sunless (prequel to P&D)
- Silver Daylight (prequel to King's Annals)
- The Guardian Chronicles (set of 11 novellas about the Regaljian Guardians)
- Anathema (about Arsyn, one of the main characters in Unmade Gold)
- Dungeon (don't ask yet)
God's doing things. Know? It's funny how the last six months or so every piece of teaching I have heard or read has all been related, one way or another, to one subject: How to be a disciple of Christ.
And that holds significance for one reason: About March I prayed for one thing, that God would be my teacher, and that I would be his student.
He's funny that way, isn't he?