It's about ten years since I last wrote The End on Book Three of a trilogy (The Alchemist's Pursuit) unless you count my three YA stories about The Runner. Indeed I never thought I would attempt another threesome. I am therefore very happy to have done so once more, having just turned in to Night Shade Books, Merlin Redux, the final book of "The Enchanter General." Volume One, Ironfoot, will be published this coming September in both paperback and hardcover.
Posted: July 13, 2017
After the success of last year's Aurora Storybundle #1, here for a limited time, comes Aurora Storybundle #2, ten prizeworthy books of F&SF for only $20. Included is my runner-up fantasy standalone, The Cursed.
Posted: July 5, 2017
If you purchased Portal of a Thousand Worlds in any form of e-book you will receive within a few days a notice of a corrected free download, which will include the map that was accidentally omitted. If you bought a paper copy, that correction isn't possible. However, the map of the Good Land has now been added to the Maps page of this website. If you right-clink on the map you want and then left-click on "copy Image", you can post it to any file you want and print it out. It's not a perfect solution, but it is the best we could manage.
Posted: March 11, 2017
Only a couple of weeks after PORTAL OF A THOUSAND WORLDS was released did I get to see a copy, and only now am I free to do something about the problem. Why ORIM chose to publish this great, complicated tale without a map escapes me completely. I am truly sorry that so many of my fans have already had to struggle through the book without its aid. They are selling cars without the steering wheels. I hope to have a downloadable version available by tomorrow.
Posted: March 7, 2017
Publishers Weekly has given a red-hot review to Portal of a Thousand Worlds, due out on St. Valentine's Day. Read it here.
Posted: December 8, 2016
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