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And we’ve about cleared the level of 2021. Whether we’ve leveled up, or started a new character build we’ve reached the next stage. Yeah. Ok. I’m a nerd. But ya’ll knew that already. There’s an unlisted anthology I’ve got a shorty in yet too, but I’m not sure when exactly to expect it. Sometimes publishing is a process.
There’s been some good author milestones for the year!
The Illustrated Nightvision Trilogy
365 fantasy writing prompts
AND, I had my first real author table, and it went great! :)
Magic and iron don’t mix.
The balance is tentative, but in an era of peace comes progress.
Progress, success, is what Hezekiel strives for. Human through and through, his magic is that
of heated steel, the solid strike of his hammer, the rumble of a new engine. Hezekiel aims to
claim first prize at the expo with his revolutionary machine, the Crawler, and build a forge and a
name for himself; a name worthy of renown, and courting Ms. Baba.
But, an insidious darkness creeps through the night, leaving death in its wake.
When his neighbor dies, Hezekiel gets snared in the mystery as he tries desperately to protect his family, even from themselves, and find the source of the strange deaths before the city is crippled.
Read it now!
IronBlood is on the way! It’s doing a last loop of edits and then it’s back in my hands and aimed for publishing. Trying so hard to get it out and ready in time for my first book convention in Nov. I hope you all adore the cover as much as I do. ;)
IronBlood is off to the editor! Whoop! Novel Number four is in the final stages!
The cover is ready and waiting, I’m proud of it and excited to show it off. ;)
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The final stage of illustrations has begun. All of my concept sketches have been uploaded and sorted into their book files. I’m working my way through them cleaning them up and refining the sketches into something print worthy.
With my editor scheduled and waiting, IronBlood is on the front burner. I’m hoping to have both books (Nightvision Illustrated Edition, and IronBlood,) ready to roll out by Nov for the convention in Las Vegas I’m attending as a signing author. The the final day is a book sale open to the public and it sounds like there will be some major players there if you are all in the area and want to come check it out!
Care H Knyght
Magic is what you create
So excited to finally have something to show for myself this year. This spring has been chucking the curve balls, but one at a time I’m trying to catch them without dropping anything vital. The World Builder is in the finals stage and will be here very soon.
Sketchy illustration of Abekka Capra from Dawn’s Sacrifice.
make for a great excuse to stay inside and read. It’s been raining here for three days now. Which we needed, but it’s squishy and cold outside. The heroic steeds are dumb and choosing to stand out in the shower instead of going into the open barn. I’m thinking about adding a rolling gate to the run-in so I can lock them in on days like this. Any of your furballs like the rain more than they should?
Working on more sketches of Nightvision. Only a few more chapters of Dawn’s Sacrifice to get laid out and then I need to see about polishing them up for print. Some are pretty sketchy and I haven’t decided if I’m going to leave them or clean them up yet. What stage of art do you like? Raw or polished?
I have some Nightvision sketches to display while I’m inching through the other wips. Progress is being made, big projects take time and I have like five ongoing. Hahaha. ;) I’ll be good, and keep it short, and go back to writing.
What’s your favorite elemental?
Here’s some reads to check out.
Howl to welcome the werewolves of the Wyld!
Buy it HERE
That’s it. That’s the whole post.
C. H. Knyght. author of fantasy and paranormal tales. Magic is creation.