It has been a while since my last post. I’ve been working on my next series, an epic fantasy in a new world with new characters and a new magic system. It’s taking me longer than writing the sequel of any of my last books, so I don’t have a release date yet, perhaps a few months or so.
When I finish, it will be the release of my eighteenth book. More than being proud of this fact, I feel pressure to make this book better than anything I’ve written so far. But it also must be different. I’m expecting to complete the sequels quicker after the new release, as I’m in the process of setting up the plot for the entire series. For now, however, it will be slow.
Rather than go on and on about the difficulty of this first book, let me switch gears to something more entertaining. My wife, who is the amazing artist of the covers and the interior illustrations of my books, has just gotten into 3D printing last week. Knowing that Garegor might be my favorite Krepp, she designed and then printed him for me to put on my desk. I’m ecstatic at how it turned out after such little practice! It even stands on its own! I wanted to share it.