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Gods of Nabban is out!

Gods of Nabban is out from Pyr and I forgot to mention this fact on my own blog. Here’s a link to my website page about it. And the cover, by Raymond Swanland.

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First Impressions: Zora and the Voice of the Lady

Zora doesn’t appear until halfway through The Leopard, yet she is one of the central characters of the story in the two volumes of Marakand. She’s a temple dancer — and common S&S clichés notwithstanding, that doesn’t mean what you … Continue reading

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Ad Astra, Part Two

Panel the Second: “Judging a Book by its Cover” This was a really interesting one. I mentioned the lack of officially-appointed moderators in the previous post, right? So, Ed Greenwood appointed me moderator. What? I don’t know what I’m doing … Continue reading

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The Storyteller contest winners!

Whoops, I just realized I never did post the winners in that contest from last month, to win copies of The Storyteller. (One winner asked if they could substitute a Torrie and the Dragonslayers, as they already had The Storyteller.) … Continue reading

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Cover Art for The Lady: Marakand Volume Two

Three rousing cheers and a city in ruins: the cover art for The Lady had been released! This is the second part of Marakand and continues the story of the assassin Ahjvar, his shield-bearer Ghu, and the temple-dancer Zora begun … Continue reading

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