Two More "Defender" Releases

Two more works in my Defender series are out, a print book and an ebook. First, the print book, Defender Side-Stories:

Here are four novellas set in the world of the Defender.

The first two tell of the dramatic changes that happened long before the Defenders arose when magic was weakening. The second two involve the present fate of the Witch Lands, and how magic and knowledge might improve the lives of those who live there.

If you’re a fan of the Defender series, you’ll want to read these novellas that fill out this world!

The second is the ebook, The Defender Chronicles, Volume 4:

Allan began life poor, and knowing that magic was the stuff of ancient legends. One day he discovers that the magic never went away, and that he has the gift of using magic.

He decides to fight injustice as The Defender, and fight for those who cannot fight for themselves. His wife Nancy joins him as The Moon Spirit. Although she can’t cast spells, she can fight and use the enchanted equipment Allan crafts.

This volume contains Defender stories 31 to 35. Also included are four novellas set in the same world. Two take place in the Witch Lands, and two in the distant past, when magic was in decline.

You can find store links to both these works at the Defender series page. The series is almost complete...


Writing Stats for March 2018

And now, another post on how much I'm writing this year.

It felt to me like March was a fairly straight-forward month for writing. No truly extraordinary writing days, except for when I worked on the edits for an upcoming book the whole day, morning to evening. Some missed sessions, too, but about average. I wrote 178 pages in March. That's about 20 pages below what I would have done had I met all my session goals.

I'm almost at the end of the current book I'm working on. I have two more projects ready to go, and two more that I need to outline to be able to work on them. I also have one more release set to go this spring. April looks like it will be pretty much the same as March. Keep following the blog to see if that turns out to be accurate.

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