Ready, Set, WRITE!


Ready, Set, WRITE!

I’m participating in National Novel Writing Month once again, so I may be a little quiet here over the next month.  I’m writing the third novel in my Toy Soldier Saga series, “Sable’s Privateers.”  You can keep track of my progress at this link or on the Toy Soldier Saga Facebook group.  See you more in December!

National Novel Writing Month – Sable’s Privateers


NaNoWriMo begins in 11 days. This is what I will be writing; the third book in my series “The Toy Soldier Saga.” 50000 words in a month is the goal; that’s 1667 words in a day. I succeeded in 2011 with my first book in the series, “A Few Good Elves“; I did not succeed in 2012 with the second book, “Brothers in Arms,” because I had another deadline on the 15th of November, but I did manage 35000 words. I am still writing “Brothers in Arms” but because the NaNoWriMo rules say you must start a new novel, I’m jumping in with Book Three anyway. Wish me luck! Although you may not hear as much from me in the next few weeks.

Here’s the link to my writer’s profile at NaNoWriMo.

Chapter Twelve “Brothers in Arms” Completed!


Brothers in Arms: A Spelljammer Novel

I’m beginning the push to try to complete the second novel, “Brothers in Arms,” by November so that I’m free to begin “Sable’s Privateers,” book three, for National Novel Writing Month. You can read it at this link or by clicking on the picture; if you want to read it directly at Scribd you can do so at this link. You’ll have to search for “Chapter Twelve”; for some reason it hasn’t chosen to separate the novel into chapters yet, which I find odd because “A Few Good Elves” was in chapters by this time in the upload. Hope you enjoy it! My publication pace will be stepping up over the next few weeks.

Blessed be,


Live Reading: “A Few Good Elves” on Spreecast Today!


Hi everyone, just a reminder that my live reading of “A Few Good Elves” begins today on Spreecast at 2 pm Pacific Daylight Time. Here’s the link if you’d care to join me (click on the picture.) Also, if you miss the live (and interactive) reading, you can always stream it later. Hopefully I’ll talk to you this afternoon!