Deadline: January

I have been hemming and hawing too long. It’s time to make a real dive into my writing career, to really give it a go and see if I have what it takes. So to that end I am setting myself a deadline of January. By then I will have my writings ready to go, covers designed, advertising plotted, and release strategy developed.

The tentative plan as of today is that each year I will release a trio of ebooks in the spring, and a trio in the fall. They will be shorter, novella length roughly, and will then be bundled together into a full length print book. Some will be chained novellas, others will be collections of short stories. In the summer, I will release at least one novel or novella, something not tied to the fall or spring releases.

I have a huge back log of work begging to see the light of day, enough to put out stuff for about the next three years under this schedule. And now it is time to finally pull the trigger on it. Wish me luck!

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Books, Beards, Booze Summer Reading Recommendations!

The gang sat down and figured out what you should be reading this summer! Here are all the links to buy, but if you want to hear our reasons why you need to listen to the ‘Summer Book List’ episode, out 4/24/19.

Classics

Redwall by Brian Jacques
Magician by Raymond E Feist

Farenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

Audible

Summerland by Hannu Rajaniemi

The Dispatcher by John Scalzi
Self-Published

The Game Bird by Aidan R Walsh

Spellmonger by Terry Mancour

Beyond Hades by Luke Romyn
Coming Soon

A Brightness Long Ago by Guy Gavriel Kay (May 14)

Jade War by Fonda Lee (July 23)

The Testaments by Margaret Atwood (Sept 10)

Something We Recently Read

The Spirit Thief by Rachel Aaron

Seven Blades in Black by Sam Sykes

The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove by Christopher Moore