A recent post in the SciFi Roundtable Facebook page asked authors what their characters looked like. Many drew their characters. I can hardly draw a straight line, so I’ve never attempted that. Instead, I found pictures online.
As mentioned in my previous post, I finished the rough draft of the second book in the HEIRS TO CAMELOT series: THE SOLSTICE BRIDE. I also said it needed a lot of work.
Some updates from the land of writing
As mentioned in a previous post, my contemporary Arthurian fantasy THE MIDSUMMER WIFE will be published by Vagabondage Press in February 2018. But how many Rejections did I receive until I got to a Yes?
Once again, Joan Druett shows her sure-footed understanding of a historical setting in THE LAUNCHING OF THE HUNTRESS.
I WORE HEELS TO THE APOCALYPSE by C.H. Clepitt is totally and thoroughly hilarious! I scared the dog several times laughing at various points throughout the book.
STARSWEPT by Mary Fan is an entirely unexpected novel. Although “Science Fiction Romance” is an emerging genre, there aren’t too many that are crafted so well, with such a terrific amount of world-building and greater plot.
If you love science fiction with complex plotting, note-perfect world-building, and characters who are as flawed and complicated as everyone you meet in real life, then you must read Trust A FEW.
My novel THE MIDSUMMER WIFE: Book One of the HEIRS TO CAMELOT has been picked up by Vagabondage Press and they will be publishing it in February 2018.
I apologize for the long absence. It’s been a busy year since I last had this blog up. Mostly, I’ve been busy with my day-job as a publishing consultant and editor. Lots of great projects.