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The purchase links for Fall Of The Hammer went to the wrong books. This has since been corrected.
A look at the upcoming "remastered" editions of my books "Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned", "Welcome To The Fold", and "Flight Of The Vajra".
The soundtrack for my new novel 'Fall Of The Hammer'.
My new fantasy/adventure novel (well, it's a lot more than that, really) is now available on Kindle and in print.
Proof edits on 'Fall Of The Hammer' almost done. It was worth it.
In re the magic of editing on something other than a screen.
'Fall Of The Hammer' inches yet closer to release. Just a few lingering changes, and a lesson learned from same.
A discussion of the themes in my new novel, and how they are embodied there.
A discussion of the supporting cast in my new novel, and the roles they play.
Awaiting a proof copy of my new novel "The Fall Of The Hammer".
I've launched the blog landing page for my new novel, The Fall Of The Hammer! Orders will be taken real soon now!
An introduction to the roster of characters for my new novel, starting with the main characters.
How everything from 'The Stars My Destination' to 'Streets Of Fire' (and even 'Justice League', in a negative way!) fed into the making of my new novel.
A rundown of some of the other stories and films that influenced 'Hammer''s growth and direction.
The alterna-past setting and backstory for my new novel, 'Fall Of The Hammer'.
How my new novel 'Fall Of The Hammer' started from a project I'd abandoned over twenty-five years ago.
Much hard work ensuing here at Chez Infinimata, and on multiple fronts: current book, new book, software.
Not a great week or so, to be honest. Much emotional rollercoastering, much of it project related. And not in the ways you might think.
Some progress notes in re the latest novel, Fall Of The Hammer.
On new work in progress.
If I was a filmmaker, my latest book would be at what could be the "answer print" phase. Done, but not quite *done*.
A note to myself: Be careful how you describe your story to others, because any one word can produce an image that doesn't match the reality.
I want to get Fall Of The Hammer finished and put to bed so I can get on with the next big thing.
I'm not on anyone's schedule but my own, although it's sometimes hard to remember that.