Not a lot of news at present. Just got back from a Master Publishing Workshop down on the Coast (Lincoln City, OR) and am full of new ideas. Expect some changes over the next few months as I digest everything and rearrange the 2017 plans. If you aren’t already on my newsletter, now would be a good time to sign up, as not everything goes into the blog and some of these changes will handle how I do my advertising next year.
Did you miss?
The fourth Jessica Keller novel is now out. Goddess of War picks up two years after Last of the Immortals as well as Siren (3.5 in the series, after Immortals, starring Vo Arlo) and takes us on the offense, deeper into the Fribourg Empire and all the trouble that will be there. (As a side note, I have already started the fifth book: Flight of the Blackbird. It should be out middle of 2017.)
Fairchild came out in September. It was in a StoryBundle, and is now generally available. As time permits, this will turn into a Volume 1 in a new series. Watch this space for mew news.
White Crane (first of the Modern Gods trilogy.)
As usual, I’m always open to gossip, spoilers, and questions. Most of the time, I think I have about three folks out there reading anything, and one of them is probably my mother. So feel free to say hi.
Blaze Ward writes science fiction in the Alexandria Station universe as well as The Collective. There are also some superhero tales in Modern Gods. And he writes fantasy stories with several characters and series, from an alternate Rome to epic high fantasy in the desert. You can find out more at his website www.blazeward.com, as well as Facebook, Goodreads, and other places.
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