Tower of Dreams Update

As June nears its end, I wanted to give an update on the ongoing progress of the Brotherhood of Olympus and the Tower of Dreams.  Chapter 10 River Rising, Frasier Falling… Through 202 pages, 48,885 words… This book is turning into a massive second story in the growing saga of … Continue reading

Tower of Dreams update

Chapter 8 turned into a 25 page monstrosity that reads quickly and like it is half as many pages.  It introduced three Tuckerizations, and the halls of Columbia River High School.   On to Chapter 9, Chronicler…  Where a key component that allows for the final clue for the successful … Continue reading

Tower of Dreams update

Chapter 7 is complete, it was a bit of a diversion from the Frasier centered plot line but will help readers understand some of the behind the scenes motives of major players not seen since the Epilogue of the Deadliest Game.  Countess Furfur is unmasked, Succorbenoth makes his official debut … Continue reading

Tower of Dreams Update

A Plot Revealed Chapter Seven December 14, 1979 The Palace of Knowledge, Gehenna   Standing tall on the steep mountainous peaks of the craggy barrens of the Gehenna frontier stood the sheer, blood-red stone walls of the Palace of Knowledge, the fortress that housed the legendary Library of Gehenna, and … Continue reading

Tower of Dreams Update

Here is the start of Chapter Six:   The Journey South Chapter Six December 14, 1979 Aberdeen, Washington   On Thursday, December thirteenth, Drake spent his last day at the high school as sophomore class president.  His last official duty in that office was signing a letter of resignation.  He … Continue reading

Tower of Dreams update

The first edit of the first five chapters of the Tower of Dreams has begun.  A special shout out to my friend Becca who was a tremendous asset in making this first edit. While I am busy working on it, I thought I would share this snippet of the first … Continue reading

Emerald City Comicon

I enjoyed my time at the Emerald City Comicon this past weekend, but realized as I wandered around the vendors, artists, and writers that I should be sitting at a table making my work available for the thousands of fans who packed the Washington State Convention Center. That is now … Continue reading

Bingo for Books Update

I have had MANY questions as to why I cannot attend the Bingo for Books event, and I felt it was appropriate to reveal the reasons for it, so no one thought I was just flaking out on the event, or not caring about following through. So here is a … Continue reading