. . . and another post.
Does that mean that he has to keep writing?
Sorry, Charles. Better make more content. The second update for the day is live.
The first section has been posted from the new series and can be found here. Welcome back to the wonderful world of Tiqpa!
PS: Sorry for the late post. Power outages keeping me down!
Just a quick update-
I’ve been going through and doing some general housekeeping tasks on the website. All URLs leading to The Eight Rune have been updated to reflect the book title. If anyone was keeping permalinks to those pages, you will need to update your bookmarks. I’ve also removed all date markers from those chapters, so if anyone finds any mistakes, please let me know so that those errors can be corrected.
I’ve re-released Chapter 7 from The Bathrobe Knight Volume 2. It’s now available here for reading.
I’ve added a few small bits of new material to Chapter 10 from The Eighth Rune. Sorry for the wait!
A new book from The Bathrobe Knight series is already in the works. Look for posts to begin on a regular basis starting Monday, June 27th. I don’t want to give away too much, but I will say that Mr. Dean is straying away from Darwin as the main protagonist for this one. We’re going to see a small jump forward in time, and it looks like he’s planning on exploring some completely new concepts within the world of Tiqpa. That means new areas, new cities, new people, and (most importantly) new loot! So hang on and get ready for some gritty, grimy, old-fashioned grinding.
There are three main differences between the book online and the web version.
1. The pre-chapter posts. Not very long, just a paragraph or two before each chapter written from the perspective of Edgard’s Mother. They help shape the frame of the story and give context to the story that might be missed due to the bias point of view that the story is told from (Edgard doesn’t know everything, and can’t reason out who is / isn’t lying about what, as those who have made it through several chapters already know.)
2. Higher quality editing. We often spend a week or two re-editing each chapter, fixing up small details, cetera so that the book on Kindle will feel like a better quality product than the one
3. The Author’s eternal gratitude. Seriously, while I do love bringing a product to the table that I hope most people enjoy, I often must lament that bills are a very strong motive for me posting on Amazon. =P Thank you greatly in advance if you purchase or just thanks in general.
Ps. Did you like the cover? =D