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Queen of Death Done and Gone

I just turned in the manuscript for Queen of Death, the third and final book in my Lost Mark trilogy for the Eberron world. This started with Marked for Death, which hit stores in March of 2005, and continued in Road to Death, which saw print in January of 2006. The whole thing should wrap up this October, and I can’t wait to see it happen.

This also marks the first time in what seems like forever that I’m caught up on all my deadlines. Between the novels for Wizards and the Black Library, working on Marvel Battle Dice and REVs for Playmates, tackling countless smaller projects, and helping raise five young kids, it felt like I might never get back on track again, but here I am!

My next novel isn’t due until mid-June, and since it’s a shorter book (my next Knights of the Silver Dragon installment), I should be able to get that done on time. Woot!

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  1. I didn’t realize that you had two Silver Dragon Books coming up this year. I just read your first one, I am sprinting through the series, and I will post comments on my blog soon. I don’t know how soon, but soon. As a hint, kno that I am already in the process of “Savaging” the Silver Dragon setting.

  2. I didn’t realize that you had two Silver Dragon Books coming up this year. I just read your first one, I am sprinting through the series, and I will post comments on my blog soon. I don’t know how soon, but soon. As a hint, kno that I am already in the process of “Savaging” the Silver Dragon setting.

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  4. So are the Silver Dragon Books suitable for older kids (Say 40) πŸ™‚ Because I’ve found that some of the young adult Star Wars books are actually better reads then the normal novels.

  5. So are the Silver Dragon Books suitable for older kids (Say 40) πŸ™‚ Because I’ve found that some of the young adult Star Wars books are actually better reads then the normal novels.

  6. My parents (all 60+) liked Secret of the Spiritkeeper. πŸ™‚

    When I write my YA books, I don’t dumb things down. The biggest differences between these and my other books are that the YA heroes are teenagers and that vivid sex and violence are inappropriate for the target audience. For plot, character, and so on, I put as much into them as with any book I write.

    So, yeah, I’d check them out. There are some great YA books being published these days, and the Knights series stands among them.

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    My parents (all 60+) liked Secret of the Spiritkeeper. πŸ™‚

    When I write my YA books, I don’t dumb things down. The biggest differences between these and my other books are that the YA heroes are teenagers and that vivid sex and violence are inappropriate for the target audience. For plot, character, and so on, I put as much into them as with any book I write.

    So, yeah, I’d check them out. There are some great YA books being published these days, and the Knights series stands among them.

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