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Well heres to chapter 1, starting now
Your little red line is going to be climbing fast today.
This is, by the way, exactly three months since I released Journeymage. 230,000 words of original fiction composed and published in 3 months. With a hospital stay during that period, too. After composing and releasing Hawkmaiden and Journeymage, all since January 1. I might not quite make it to six books this year, but I'm sure gonna try.
Jesus Terry. Have a week off and drink a few cold ones for me.
[screams like a little girl and runs for his kindle]
Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou, thankyou, thankyou, thankyou. I was looking at a three day weekend with nothing to read. Now I can stop sitting in the corner and crying.
Now that's what I'm talkin about. ... Yes!
Hi Terry, I was wondering down the line, would you ever publish a paperback version of the books? Although the kindle is nice, I would love to have a paperbook version in my collection.
It's in the works. After the Great Rectification, so next year.
I will buy them all. In addition I would really appreciate a signed copy of each book.
muhaha the long wait has an end
Gonna buy it now and saying goodbye to whole night of sleep!
I have finished Enchanter after nonstop reading at publication. The ending cliffhanger scared me so much I jumped out of my seat in fear that that was it, the epilogue cautioned me, but the true ending had me in tears. I have been a fan of this series for ever 2-3 years since I first purchased Spellmonger. Each and every book has enthralled me for its entirety where I simply could not put it down after I began and realizing its past 3am where I'm at such as right now. I write this now to thank you. To thank you for these immersive characters, stunning settings and landscapes, and for the Spellmonger himself. After reading over a decade's worth of fantasy books, endless trips to libraries, meandering through bookstores, and scouring the endless lists of books on kindle in my young life I can truly say this series is one which I will never forget and one I will repeatedly reread as I will with this book soon enough. Again I thank you for this wonderful series and applaud you.
Thanks, Anthony. You made my morning.
Thanks for pre-releasing it. This really helps ur rabid fans!
Great book, need a few more rereads to get everythibg that happened straight in my mind. Will try to post a amazon review during the weekend
Terry can you make a role playing game out of the spellmonger series?
Actually, my boys and I have been talking about doing an old-style AD&D module or two (easily converted to other game systems) set in the Spellmonger universe. I'm intrigued enough by the idea that I'm pursuing it. Introduced my kids to paper-and-dice RPG last year to reduce screen time, and they loved it. As FRP was one of the inspirations for Spellmonger, I think it would be neat and nostalgic to put out a few little modules like that. A full-blown independent RPG system would be too much, but I'd like to adapt it.
That would be cool, though I was thinking more in the lines of what Brandon Sanderson did with the Mistborn Series. But hell I would buy a spellmonger campaign setting for DnD as long as it is fit for edition 3.5 or pathfinder.
do you want some corrections/ spoilerisch discussions posted here or somewhere else?
Email corrections to me, directly. I just launched a spoiler discussion thread on the blog.
sry to ask but whats your e-mailcouldnt find it
tmancour at gmail dot com
Thank you sir may I have another!