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From WriMo to WriMo

Post Views: 480 After a bit of tumultuous trip, the second book in my “Sauder Diaries” series, titled “A Bloodier Rose” is now available via both and In addition, the Print On Demand (POD) service has the trade-paperback edition ready to get you your print copy within two weeks of order; either directly to your door, or via your favorite indie bookstore. It’s been a bit of a slog, and I’m happy this one has been put out the door. For those of you new to the show, I started working on “A Bloodier Rose” a year ago, as part of NaNoWriMo. My observations on the process can be found in this blog post. While I very much enjoyed the social aspect of meeting up with…

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In The End

Post Views: 366 3,013,745,127 shalt be the number thou shalt count, and the number of the counting shall be 3,013,745,127. … Five is right out. My apologies to Monty Python there, but that number — 3,013,745,127 — is a pretty impressive number, because it is a group number. The group are those harried spirits taking part in National Novel Writing Month (aka NaNoWriMo ) . From November 1st to the 30th, for “thirty days and nights of literary abandon”, people from around the world come together in a virtual challenge to themselves and to each other … from a standing start, armed with nothing more than your inspiration and maybe a plot outline, craft a novel of 50,000 words. For those of you who are less than mathematically inclined,…

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Book 2 in the works

Post Views: 122 I am currently working on the second book detailing the adventures of Hans and his friends, titled “A Bloodier Rose”.    Just for fun, it is part of National Novel Writing Month.  It’s hard to do, but I’m having fun trying to keep up. After returning to the life of an Airship Pirate in the summer of 1888, Hans is immediately embroiled with the rest of the crew of the Bloody Rose in an international game of cloak and and dagger. They race against time to America and back, trying to stay one step ahead of the agents of the Russian Empire as they pursue a weapon capable of changing the course of history! I received so much positive feedback from my first installment of “The Sauder…

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