A brief update to mark this milestone – an interview in the Irish Examiner! Also, Orbit released this lovely promo video for the Black Iron RPG. Book 3 is entering the endgame of first draft; currently at just short of 150,000 words. I suspect it’ll end up around the same length as Shadow Saint, maybe a little shorter. Current mood of Carillon Thay, expressed in visual metaphor: Shadow Saint signing in Waterstones Cork on Saturday. Be there if it’s convenient for you, because it’d be lovely to see you.
Longer updates forthcoming – between the launch of The Shadow Saint, moving house, freelancing, and Book 3 moving from doldrums to full sail, things have been busy.Admire this new website, courtesy of the wonderful Edel! Reviews for The Shadow Saint are still coming in. I’ll do a full round-up soon, but they’ve generally been wonderfully positive. It made the Guardian again, which is pleasing to me (and would be even more pleasing to my late mother). Over on twitter, I ran a little name-a-Guerdon-district thing. There are lots of great entries. Find them all here: The winner, in the eyes of the random number generator, is I’m doing a signing in Waterstones Cork in February. If you’re in Cork, please come along. I’ll also be at Warpcon, of course, this weekend. https://www.facebook.com/events/2447420828907748/ More and much more to come!
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