Happy Winter Veil!

The Huntsman's Tale by Shiromi Arserio

No, I didn’t play WoW, but it does amuse me to have this in-game version of Christmas and the Solstice.

Where did the month go? I honestly had planned to post more often than this!

As you can see, I have a new cover for The Huntsman’s Tale. After working so long and hard on Becca’s cover, I realised that The Huntsman’s Tale needed to be of a comparable quality, and I’m glad to say that I succeeded. I have re-released The Huntsman’s Tale with all new revisions, and the new cover. I spent a lot of December working on this, and I think this is the definitive edition. Of course, that’s what they keep saying about the Alien Quadrilogy. I will say this, if you did purchase a copy of The Huntsman’s Tale prior to this edition, feel free to drop me a note and I will happily send you a coupon code for the revised, and really truly final, edition.

I’ve also been trying to work on Shatterer of Dreams, that crazy serialised project that I find myself wondering what I’m letting myself in for. I am still going to do it, but I am delaying the first installment until February. However, I have a good reason for it. After a lot of advice and soul searching I came to the conclusion that it would be better for everyone, myself included, if I have the finished the work first. So, even though I already have seven months worth of content, I am going to finish the first draft of the novel. It means less work for me in the long run, and that way readers don’t have to be afraid that I’ll never finish it.

And then of course there’s the holidays which is keeping me busy. Christmas shopping and planning suddenly takes over. Moreover, you simply can’t be arsed to do anything. I am happily take Christmas and Boxing Day off to be as lazy as can be. However, I have plenty of work in the pipeline, including being almost finished with the first draft of my latest short story, titled The Long Night, which is a fantasy tale featuring Vikings and zombies set on the longest night of the year. Anyway, just a few more hours and I can begin my own Feast of Winter Veil and see what Greatfather Winter got me.

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