Stories touch people

One of the things I never tire of is receiving email from readers who’ve enjoyed my work. Here’s one I received today, reprinted with permission:

Paul, I remember when my dad took me to see Star Wars on the first day in 77, I was 6 years old. I remember being locked out of my apartment, going to Barnes and Noble and buying The Crystal Shard in 88. More recently I remember starting my current Read the rest


Various updates

Because I’ve been remiss and owe you a blog post, a few things:

I’m busy.  Man, am I busy.  This is a good thing.

I’m working on The Godborn, book II of The Sundering, at the moment.  Most of the book is already done, so this work consists of expanding the novel, adding scenes here and there, that kind of thing.  So much fun to write Riven and Magadon and Brennus and Rivalen … Read the rest


What’s new in September?

As is my wont, let me share with you a few titles coming out this month from the publishers with whom I work. Some great new books this month.

First, from the ferrous lands of Angry Robot Books, we have The Corpse-Rat King, by Lee Battersby. From the back matter:

Marius dos Hellespont and his apprentice, Gerd, are professional looters of battlefields. When they stumble upon the corpse of the King of Scorby and Read the rest