September Question

Will you continue to write Recluce novels and fill in the gaps in “history”?

The forthcoming Recluce Tales will fill in some gaps in the history of the world of Recluce, as will The Mongrel Mage, scheduled for release a year from this November, and its sequel, which I’m currently writing. After that, we’ll just have to see.

6 thoughts on “September Question”

  1. Hello
    I had grown tired of the SF & Fantasy but then I read again Corean cycle and regained love of reading again
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    Thanks to free schooling could my wife and I quit our jobs at the papermill and be a teacher and now I have a company with 70 employees and I learned English and discovered your books

  2. Wine Guy says:

    Teasers for not 1 but TWO Recluce books. It is a fine, fine day.

  3. Barry Schwindt says:

    I recently contacted my local library in Yakima Washington, requesting ebooks of the recluse series, sadly they replied that the cost was to much. being on SSD its difficult to find money to buy books anymore. Who knows maybe you can donate some of the ebooks to local libraries. I can hope of course.

    Love most of what i have read of your series not just recluse, i find them relaxing and exciting at the same time.

    1. I do donate books to both the local public library here, as well as to the high school library, but I neither have enough time nor books to do much beyond that, unfortunately,

  4. Wine Guy says:

    Towers of Sunset is the Tor.com Book Club of the Month selection. Congratulations!

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