Results for tag: Forgotten Realms
Posted by: WotC_RichBaker on Dec 13, 2011 at 04:57:17 PM
Merry Christmas, folks! It’s been a few weeks since I posted, so I thought I would drop by and provide an update for what’s going on with me these days.
Prince of Ravens (fiction): I am currently wrapping up my second draft of Prince of Ravens, which will be available in the summer of 2012 as an ebook. Prince of Ravens marks the return of a character of mine that I haven’t written about in ten years: the rogue, sorcerer, and general troublemaker Jack Ravenwild, native son of the city of Raven’s Bluff. Jack was the protagonist of my novel City of Ravens, which I regard as some of the best writing I’ve ever done. As City of Ravens readers might expect, he soon becomes entangled in all sorts of fraud, scheming, skullduggery, and misadventure. I’ll probably...
Posted by: WotC_RichBaker on Mar 10, 2010 at 03:58:53 PM
Greetings! I just wrapped up work on a 2011 Gamma World expansion, and now it’s on to the Next Big Thing for me… a project so secret I’ll have to shoot myself for typing these words.
Here’s what’s going on these days in my little corner of the multiverse.
Those of you folks waiting for the newest installation of Blades of the Moonsea, your wait is over! My latest novel Avenger hit the bookstores earlier this month. It picks up where Corsair left off, with Geran and his family in exile and Geran’s old nemesis Rhovann firmly in control of Hulburg. Those of you who have been reading my Forgotten Realms stuff for a while now will find a fun easter egg in the story: the protagonist from The Bladesinger’s Lesson, my long short story or short novella in Realms of...
Posted by: WotC_RichBaker on Sep 21, 2009 at 10:01:41 AM
I've been super-busy for the last couple of weeks between Dark Sun and my rewrite on Avenger, the last book in my Blades of the Moonsea trilogy. The novels are something that's outside my day job; I work on them in the evenings and on weekends. The downside is that sometimes I find myself with deadlines looming on both fronts at the same time, which makes for a few pretty miserable weeks. This is one of those times, but the good news is that I'm only a day or two away from wrapping up my Avenger work. (Another downside is that after knocking out three novels after-hours in a little more than two years, I'm literally not going to know what to do with myself when I finish it up. It's been a long time since I've come home in the evening without a writing project to work on,...