Alana’s Tale is out (available here and at Finding Avalon) and I got about halfway through writing Volume 3, The Tale of Roderik and Sophie, when I realized that rewriting from memory is just not as much fun as the thrill of creation. So I’ve been working on another book. Thirty-five years ago, when my … More Now for Something Completely Different
So what happens after Murdoch and Joy live happily ever after? Well, for the first few years, nothing bad, so I skipped that part. However, after 15 years of King Galaschin’s competent rule, with his daughter about to be married, guess what skunk shows up at the picnic? Yup, it’s Rolf. A kinder Rolf, a … More Volume 2 Coming Soon!
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I am the Lorax, I speak for the trees. I speak for the trees for the trees have no tongues. In Murdoch’s Tale, we meet the faer, an alternate species of human with expanded perception beyond our 5 human senses. No, I’m not talking about seeing dead people. Like some nations of first people, the … More About That Vaira, Part 2
I’m neck deep in packing for the Maryland Faerie Festival this weekend, so I’m turning this post over to you. What would you like to read about? Medieval History? Faeries? Corwin-related fiction? First People? Other? Please comment!
It’s been a busy week, and I’m late posting. In addition to writing fiction, I’m a facilitator with the Alternatives to Violence Project here in Delaware. I spent last weekend in jail. Each month, “outside” facilitators go into the Delaware correctional system’s four facilities and work with “inside” facilitators, i.e. prisoners who have taken the … More Alternatives to Violence
Here’s what readers of Murdoch’s Tale are saying on Amazon. You can click here and use the Look Inside function to see what they are talking about. 1. New! shari trnka reviewed Murdoch’s Tale (Corwin’s Chronicle) (Volume 1) I thoroughly enjoyed this well told tale March 16, 2018 I thoroughly enjoyed this well told tale! … More Reviews Are In