Tag: Project EE

Introducing the New Eternity’s Empire – Available Now!

Introducing the New Eternity’s Empire – Available Now!

Back in May, I announced some changes for the Eternity’s Empire series. While I’ve always enjoyed letting the story grow and change according to what feels best, I can’t ignore that its original incarnation was a genre onion. To some extent, perhaps it always will be. But in this case, the inconsistencies in the early …

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Farewell 2018

Farewell 2018

I admit, 2018 feels like a blur. The kind where you dig your fingers into a project, get super involved and look up an hour later to find that, actually, three weeks have passed. I set a lot of ambitious goals for 2018, despite my focus on healthy work habits. That meant accepting from the …

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Secrets of the Past Is Now Available!

Secrets of the Past Is Now Available!

Big news today, friends. Not only does the third installment of Eternity’s Empire release today; I’m actually releasing the paperback at the same time. I’ve really enjoyed peeking into my preparation notes as each new paperback has released. I’ve already covered most of the information relevant to Secrets of the Past as each new installment …

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Behind the Veil – the Making of The Soul of the Earth Paperback

Behind the Veil – the Making of The Soul of the Earth Paperback

Welcome back to one last behind the scenes look at Eternity’s Empire to celebrate the release of The Soul of the Earth in paperback! If you missed it, on Monday, I identified when the series abandoned the outline I originally wrote for it, and why that ended up being a good thing. I also spoke …

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Awesome Portal Fantasy Novels that Spark the Imagination

Awesome Portal Fantasy Novels that Spark the Imagination

The first Portal Fantasy I ever read was Yon Ill Wind by Piers Anthony. It’s part of his Xanth series. (Not all of which are portal fantasies, though several include whisking unsuspecting mundane folk into the magical land of puns). In the book, a family vacation goes horribly wrong when a strong wind sweeps their …

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