Here's the tenth post of the year, reporting on how much I wrote.
I felt pretty productive the first half of the month. The second half was take over by two cons, a backing up research clippings to the cloud, and edits on my next novel. That means I wrote 79 pages in September. That's less than half of what I could have done if I'd written every day. Still, half a month of productivity is better than none.
I may lose a few days in October, but I should be able to get back to writing. I'll need to be productive, as I have two more cons in November that will take me away from writing.
The latest story in the Defender series, The Witch Lands, is now out. Here's the blurb:
Prince George has the ability to use magic, just as “The Defender” does. He also has the curiosity that his sister, Queen Elspeth, does.
Magic and curiosity have led Prince George to want to explore the lands beyond the edge of the Kingdom. He wants an expedition dispatched to a place across the sea known only as “The Witch Lands.”
Has magic returned to the Witch Lands as it has to the Kingdom? Will the folk there be friendly to Prince George and the Defender? What secrets from the time of the Great Mages are lurking in the Witch Lands?
The Witch Lands is on sale as an ebook at various online stores. Visit the Defender page for store links.