First off, I’ll just leave this right here…

Anyway, my new novella, “Bound by Sorrow,” is up on the Beneath Ceaseless Skies site. Here’s a summary (part of the review on the Hugo nominated Quick Sips Reviews site):

Dinga is a warrior on a journey to deliver his dead sister to the Dreaming City, a city where gods still live. Accompanied by the irreverent bard Gerard, Dinga’s journey is punctuated by stories, his own and those he encounters, which illuminate his life and his mission and the mythology all around him. It’s a story very much about grief, and power of confronting grief in different ways. There’s an epic sweep to the piece a deep history that might be historical (fantasy), building this very living feel of each layer of story, reaching forward through time from Dinga to the reader, and perhaps beyond. It’s a story that unfolds and unpacks a lot over its novella length, but never loses sight of its thematic core of grief, death, dreams, and choices.

READ THE REVIEW OF THE STORY HERE (spoilers: it’s a great review)

LEARN SOME OF THE BACKGROUND OF THE STORY HERE (spoilers: I blame Brian Keene)

Over on the Patreon:

[AWESOME PIC] Ferb – In this time of anxiety, inconvenience, and sacrifice … our cat Ferb still refuses to drink out of any other bowl or faucet. #wakeupmeows

[AWESOME BLOG POST] The life update post that I did for Brian Keene’s site (except with bonus additions)

[AWESOME PIMPING] SoS ch 4 (a sneak preview of a work in progress)

[AWESOME COMMUNITY] COMMUNITY REPORT – March/April (the work slows, but doesn’t stop)

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