I’m pleased to share the cover art for A Discourse in Steel, the next Tale of Egil and Nix (and the sequel to The Hammer and the Blade). I love this art — the color scheme, the details in the banner and the hammers (man, look at those hammers; they’re hypnotic, by God).
Over the past six months I’ve tweeted and Facebooked and blogged some about my experiences with P90X and P90X2 (you can read why I think Tony Horton will usher in the end of the world right here). Throughout, lots of people would ask me how it was going, whether I liked it, how I got started, was it working for me, etc. So, I thought I should answer all of that by way of … Read the rest
There are many folks finding my site via a search for “Godborn release date.” That’s good! But often they’re finding old posts with dated information. That’s bad! So today I deleted those old posts and thought I’d throw up a new post that reiterates information known to many of you already (but not to all of you, judging from the searches I mentioned above).
First, The Cycle of Night is not going to be a … Read the rest
Continuing my monthly series of posts designed to highlight new releases from the publishers with whom I work: Here’s what’s new in March.
In the final book of the #4 New York Times best-selling Neverwinter Saga, Drizzt Do’Urden navigates a winding path littered with secrets and lies. … Read the rest
The excellent folks at Angry Robot Books will post a larger sample from A Discourse in Steel come June, but they’ve allowed me to do as I did with Egil and Nix’s first book, The Hammer and the Blade, and post monthly snippets in the lead up to the release. With these, I’m attempting to give you a flavor for the book but reveal no spoilers.
For some reason, Dawn of Night shows up intermittently in the list under my name (but always shows up if you click on “Series: Erevis Cale”).
I’ve heard John Pruden does a great job with the narration, so I think you’ll enjoy. Audible allows you to … Read the rest
First, I did an interview with Paul Weimer for SFSignal, discussing Star Wars, the Realms, Egil and Nix, etc. You can read it here.
Second, I participated in a Mindmeld run by Nick Sharps (and which includes many excellent authors), answering the question: “How has SFF influenced your life.” You can … Read the rest
The Godbornhas an official release date at last – October 1, 2013. Huzzah! It also has an Amazon listing, which you can see here (I’m sure the listing for the Kindle format will be up soon). Double huzzah! I’m excited about this and hope you are, too.
I had my head down in the word soup for a while there, but now I’m lifting my mien to the heavens, my visage dotted with a stray “L” and an “M” and at least one “Z,” all of them the alphabetic remnants of my stretch run, and shouting: ”IT IS FINISHED!”
*Cue Zeppelin’s Battle of Evermore as Paul, a fifth of single malt in each fist, ascends into the sky on a flaming chariot … Read the rest
I’m interviewed by Audrey Zuvich at the Examiner. I think it’s one of the best interviews I’ve done, so I hope you’ll give it a read. We talk The Sundering, Erevis Cale, Egil and Nix, and Star Wars. My thanks to Audrey for such excellent questions. A taste:
AZ: My final question is if you could say something to your readers, what would you say to them?
Kemp: I’d say don’t do drugs, with the … Read the rest