Morning/afternoon/evening, all! (Pick the least appropriate)
I've two things to prattle on about today!
Firstly, I've just got the final proof for my sci-fi, Strand. In a few days it'll be off to the vendors! I believe the release comes in a month or two, so I'll have to wait (im)patiently.
When the excerpts are up, I'll be sure to post links! :-)
Secondly, I finally reached the point in my new WIP where I'm a little more confident about talking about it.
*Takes a deep breath.*
So, yeah. This is my first foray into so-called 'Low Fantasy', meaning fantasy without most of the fantastical elements. It's usually low on magic and fancy beasts, and revolves around 'normal' people. Or at least that's my understanding of it. Think Joe Abercrombie's First Law trilogy (if you've read it).
This project revolves around two characters, an assassin and a mercenary with an... odd health issue. It'll start off as two separate stories that wind into one when they finally meet up and discover they have matching goals (and possibly try to kill each other, haven't decided).
Since I'm trying to write without an outline, a lot is up in the air right now. It's slowly taking shape, though, and I look forward to seeing where it ends up.
Suppose I'd better give it some sort of name on here...
Barefoot. Makes sense if you're me. :-P