End of Year Progress Update!

Dec 31, 2018 | Progress | 2 comments

So what’s been happening?

I’ve decided to focus mostly on C&D2 for the time being. Ushabti Online and Seven Princedoms are shelved for the moment, unfortunately. My secret project, briefly alluded to, is not shelved, but due to logistical issues you won’t be seeing it for a while.

What does this leave for next year?

Hopefully, C&D2, which y’all have been waiting so patiently for. Also in the works are a young adult apocalyptic fantasy and maybe another project or two. But first things first, C&D2.

2 Comments

  1. InsaneChemist

    Hooray! I hope you have had an excellent 2018, and that 2019 goes well for you.
    Can’t wait for C&D2, any ETA?

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  2. Patrick

    Just finish C&D and LOVED it. As good as Sufficiently Advanced Magic which was my previous favorite “dungeon” book. Looking forward to #2! Thanks for writing.

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