Writing Schedule

Oddly enough, I’ve still got God’s War slated to be finished by year’s end. Not sure how I’ll pull that off, but I’ve got a strong beginning, a strong outline, and strong research. I’ve taken some downtime for research recently, but this weekened should get me back into the groove.

I’d also really like to get back on the short story route. I’d like to finish:

The Boxing Magicians of Faleen

A story about a boy who wants to be a boxing magician, set in the same world as God’s War.


A dark little peice about madness, torture, flying women, and cannibalism. Yay!

I’d also like to send something to a couple of anthologies including Clash of Steel, and From the Trenches (war stories, baby!).

I had a depressing look over at Ralan at the current OK-paying SF/F zines out there, as I’ve been doing so much work on novels, I’ve ignored short markets. For good reason, it seems: they’re mostly closed to submissions.


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