To help me keep progress up during Nanowrimo. I’ve chosen to share some removed scenes from the Acacia’s Silence. These scenes are often complete but replaced in most due to various reasons. Please be aware that these scenes will use Soju instead of the Solen.
To start off, the old first page. Continue reading “Deleted Content – Acacia’s Silence – The First scene”
It’s that time again.. It’s almost November, It’s almost time for the NanoWrimo. This year I’ll be working on completing “Acacia’s Silence.” So I won’t be starting a Fresh project. By completing Acacia’s Silence, it will be ready for sale sooner. Like the Last two years I’ll be doing a talk after each day on Youtube. This year, I’m going to mention a few things … Continue reading NanoWrimo 2016
The Bar Mage of the Golden Sea is now available world wide to purchase. You can now buy and start reading within Minutes. If you don’t own a Kindle Device, you can download an app for your device. There’s even a Kindle reader software that you can download on to your PC. Link to Amazon.com’s store Page Hopefully, the next book won’t take 7 years … Continue reading Now Available! “The Bar Mage of the Golden Sea”
Coming on the 24th October, is “The Bar Mage of the Golden Sea“. This will be Amazon exclusive, at least for the first few months. While “Bar Mage of the Golden Sea” is set within the Solen Masters world, however this story is totally separate to the other stories in the series. This book was previously mentioned in posts as Gold Detector and was written … Continue reading Coming Soon: The Bar Mage of the Golden Sea
Samantha’s Story, while I like doing it, just got in the way of other stuff. My Tech (and gaming) Articles also had issues. I was also trying to work on Soju 1. Doing these with other commitments was too much. In short, I just had too much on my plate. Samantha story will continue at closer later date. I know where they’re going. One reason … Continue reading Small News update
Samantha Eston let loose an arrow from her bow. The arrow flew through the air and hit the plank of wood her target was leaning against.
Samantha reached back to her quiver. It was empty. She had let loose all twenty arrows, and the target hadn’t seen an arrow. She used to hit the target almost every time. The training yard was empty, so no one saw how bad she had become. Continue reading “Samantha’s Story 1”