28 November 2010 ~ 2 Comments

When THE END is just the beginning

The first draft of the third book in the Gordath Wood series is done. It comes in at around 98,000 words. I’ve left trails of breadcrumbs of things to fix, along with several pages of notes of where I need to massage the text. I’m going to let it rest for a few days before […]

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04 November 2010 ~ 4 Comments

The writing life — sundry and various

Have you been following the brouhaha over the Cooks Source plagiarism case?  Just so everyone is clear on copyright law: just because it’s on the Internet doesn’t mean it’s public domain. Seems the Cooks Source editor was unclear on the concept. In other news, work on Kate’s book is coming along nicely. Word count stands […]

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19 March 2010 ~ 2 Comments

Gordath Wood Book III

One by one Adhar and his brothers turned to look at her as she came up the road to the forge, leading Hotshot, saddled and bridled, her pack of provisions tied tightly behind the compact English saddle and herself dressed for a journey in her sturdy jeans, heavy hiking boots, and long riding cloak, her […]

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