Somehow, I missed an update on what I’ve been writing. In September I turned in Endgames, an Imager Portfolio novel that is the sequel to Assassin’s Price. Endgames is currently scheduled for a February 2019 release, although that date may vary. In addition, I’ve completed and turned in a short story, “The Liberator,” for The Razor’s Edge, an anthology put out by the small press Zombies Need Brains, where all the stories deal with the fine line separating freedom fighters and terrorists. As I understand it, The Razor’s Edge is scheduled for release around Labor Day 2018. And, of course, I’m currently working on a Recluce novel which is the sequel to Outcasts of Order.

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  1. Jeff says:

    I look forward to the next imager novel. Let your publisher know we will pay more for a faster release 🙂

  2. Vincent says:

    Really glad to hear the next Imager Portfolio novel is coming out relatively soon. Yes, we would sure pay for faster release. In particular I was looking forward to seeing Rex Charyn develop steam power for Solidar, though evidently there wasn’t room for it in Assassin’s price. Whatever is in the next novel, however, I’m sure it’ll be great! Keep up the good work!

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  4. Henning says:

    Wait. A sequel to “Outcasts of Order” ? Does that mean you’re writing THREE books about the same character? Whatever it is, I’m looking forward to it. I just finished The Mongrel Mage and it was great. I liked how it felt a little different.

    1. Yes, there will be three books about Beltur. I hadn’t wanted there to be three but the space necessary to tell the story meant three books were required.

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