Journeys anthology/Update

Still motoring along with book 2 of the Chronicles of William Wilde. At this rate, I’ll have the extended outline done by next weekend. Fingers crossed. Although this series takes place in 1986, starting out in Cincinnati, OH, several characters from the Castes and the OutCaste make it over to our world from theirs. How they do it and why is explained in further volumes, but for those paying attention, a big clue is present at the end of A Warrior’s Penance.
In other news, Journeys, the anthology in which my offering, The Broken City, is featured, releases in just a few days. Order your copy here. Although the story is about Hume during the Fall of Hammer and take place several hundred years prior the Castes and the OutCastes, there is a sly reference to several characters from the main trilogy along with some history about the founders of a certain city.
Oh yes. And Journeys features many great writers, such as John Gwynne, Gail Z. Martin, Juliet McKenna, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Jacob Cooper, Julian Mills, Charlie Pulsipher, and many more.

Status Update

Currently, I am in the middle of writing book 2 of my next series, The Chronicles of William Wilde. Book one, William Wilde and the Necrosed, is with my editor, David Farland. Yes, that David Farland. Pretty thrilled about the person editing my book. You know, the person who helped Brandon Sanderson learn the craft of writing.

Anyway, after I’ve edited the first book to David’s satisfaction, I’ll be sending it along to the beta readers.

Meanwhile, Journeys, an upcoming anthology in which one of my stories is included, releases on Feb. 15th. There are some great stories in this collection, including one’s from John Gwynne, Gail Z. Martin, Juliet McKenna, Jacob Cooper, Charlie Pulsipher, Adrian Tchaikovsky. The list goes on. Here’s the link for the preorder.