Corwin’s Chronicle is set in late 12th Century England. I’ve done my best to accurately represent the non-fantasy elements in the story. I’ll be posting articles (some of which were published on the late, great http://www.timetravel-Britain.com here for your reading pleasure. Advertisements
Last I posted, I expressed amazement at the number of things one has to do after “Completing” a manuscript. Little did I know. Originally, my troubadour was named Clement, after my friend, professional storyteller Clem Bowen, and Corwin was named Aram, after Clem’s middle son. Um, Clement’s an English name. Oops. Fortunately, Alison Weir’s biography … More Them Changes
This just arrived in the mail. A proof (pre-publication copy to be gone over, dropping in last minute corrections) One step at a time, I keep reminding myself. Who knew how much needs to be done after the book is “finished.” One step at a time.
Well. There is more to publication than writing. It’s not just the whole marketing thing. There’s also the whole setting up Twitter, revising WordPress, establishing a Goodreads page, and probably about a hundred other things my editor hasn’t told me about yet, for fear of sending me into a tailspin. Where’s the button that lets … More Continuing Education
Eek! It’s Happening. At present, I’m knee-deep in proofreading, formatting, and creating cover material for Murdoch’s Tale, the first volume of Corwin’s Chronicle. A quick summary: In the time of Richard Lionheart, during the bloody Border Wars between England and Scotland, Tovan, a Faer (or “Faery,” as we Quetans call them) rescues the child Corwin … More Murdochs’ Tale
As you may have noticed, there are some changes on my blog: New design, new header…It’s all prep work. In a few months (all going as planned) the first volume of Corwin’s Chronicle will hit the shelves. Corwin, a boy from 12th century Northumberland, is orphaned by war and saved from the destruction of his … More Changes