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Road to Death on the Road to Print

I just got the galleys (final proofs) of The Road to Death in from Wizards of the Coast. This is the sequel my Eberron novel Marked for Death, the second in The Lost Mark trilogy. So far, it looks great. Mark Sehestedt did a fine job polishing my prose, and he tells me it’s a far better book than the first.

I have to agree with him. I learn more about writing novels with every book. Each presents its own challenges, of course, but it’s amazing how much you pick up as you go along from book to book.

Anyhow, the book is off to the printer early next week, and you should expect to see it in stores in January.

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  1. Great news! Far better than the first one? Wow. What about the cover art? I really like Adam Rex’s job, some of his work is amazing, but the cover of “Marked for Death”… I didn’t like it very much. I’m glad I don’t judge a book by it’s cover 😛

  2. Great news! Far better than the first one? Wow. What about the cover art? I really like Adam Rex’s job, some of his work is amazing, but the cover of “Marked for Death”… I didn’t like it very much. I’m glad I don’t judge a book by it’s cover 😛

  3. I’ve only seen a tiny, black-and-white version of the cover in the catalog Wizards gave out at Gen Con. It looked promising and featured Sallah prominently this time, as the heroes approach Fort Bones, but I don’t recall much more about it.

    I liked the cover to Marked for Death well enough. The cover to Don Bassingthwaite’s The Binding Stone is amazing though. Be sure to check it out.

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    I’ve only seen a tiny, black-and-white version of the cover in the catalog Wizards gave out at Gen Con. It looked promising and featured Sallah prominently this time, as the heroes approach Fort Bones, but I don’t recall much more about it.

    I liked the cover to Marked for Death well enough. The cover to Don Bassingthwaite’s The Binding Stone is amazing though. Be sure to check it out.

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