Tag Archives: Bestiary

Some Quick Polishing

Seeing as Wind Chill is out of my hair until I get it back, I’ve been repairing the finished books that got messed up as a result of the computer crash. It’s nothing too serious. I’ve been primarily going back … Continue reading

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Playing the Waiting Game

Query letters/synopses for Bestiary and Wind Chill are now awaiting their fate at the same publisher. I should get an answer back on whether they want sample chapters within three months. All that’s left is to decide which book I … Continue reading

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Plans for November (and Quick Lessons)

Now that my Halloween weekend reverie is over, it’s time to get back to work. The query letter for that publisher I mentioned earlier is at the top of the list, but I’m waffling a bit on what to send. … Continue reading

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Weighing Some Options

So, here’s my dilemma du jour: As some of you may remember, I’ve been saving up a small nest egg to fund the cover art for my next book, Bestiary. However, I recently learned that I have an impending vet … Continue reading

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Back to Work!

While I didn’t mention it here earlier, I was busy the last two months doing freelance work for a couple clients (for which I’m extremely grateful!). I had to take a brief hiatus from my regular workload to take care … Continue reading

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Bestiary Production Update #11

After much scraping and scrounging, I’ve managed to get enough money together to pay for Bestiary’s cover art. While I had my eye on one particular artist, I’m waffling a bit and continuing to weigh my options. And furthermore, I … Continue reading

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Background on Bestiary – Part Three

Arguably, the biggest theme Bestiary explores is revenge. I’m not talking about anger. Not the quick flood of rage that rushes over a person when he’s been wronged. I’m talking about something far colder and more acidic. Karen Lambert, the … Continue reading

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