Kurnugi Progress

Once again, it’s been far longer than I intended between posts. A lot has happened in the past few months. First, progress is happening on the Kurnugi front. Delphi is set to be released at the end of May. Mirror has been submitted, though the title will probably change. I’m about halfway through the first draft of Mimir. The cover for Delphi is below.


I just got back from Superstars Writing Seminar. As usual it was immensely valuable. I had dinner with Mark Leslie Lefebvre, the director of Kobo Writing Life and may have some exciting things coming as a result of that. Additionally, Windspoken has been submitted to HarperCollins, and Alacia, now titled The Frozen Prophet, has been submitted to Desert Books.


Also, you may remember that a year and a half ago, I won a number of contests in a flash fiction contest for the Canadian TV show, Animism: Gods’ Lake. An anthology containing the winning stories will be released at Emerald City Comic Con. I’ll be going to take part in the mass signing. The cover for that is below


I’m heading out to LTUE this weekend, and I’ll let you know how that goes.

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