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End of an Era

Updated: Dec 10, 2020

• The Final Additions • More on Agile Publishing • More To Come


The Final Additions to the Thrice Born Era are being added. I am currently added sections to Prophetess, the last book (work in progress) to be added. Wrapping up Truthfinder and Hearts for Justice and in light of my views of how From Shadows, Come is working out, I started another episodic collection I'm calling Border Wilds Episodes that will bridge Hearts with some content to follow Prophetess.


I'm also still creating episodes for From Shadows, Come. This has been a lot of fun, and I think it offers a great alternative entry into the world.


The whole Agile Publishing idea creates a very flexible means to produce stories in Siliar. As time permits and inspiration strikes, I can jump into the world at any point and add to it. In fact, I can provide draft versions of works even as they are completed. At the time of this post, there is a second episode from Border Wilds that is published in draft form at about 2/3 or 1/2 complete. Similarly, I can be struck with an idea for Shadows at any point on the timelines and add a story. I am very pleased with how this is working out.


And, of course, there is More To Come! Within the Thrice Born Era, there will be SOME sort of resolution to the issues Thalra, Trase, and Faraden faced in their home, Easterling.


But, beyond the Thrice Born Era, I have plans in the making for… The Age of Elementals. I'm not planning on another 20 book collection! But, I wasn't planning on Thrice Born Era to grow so much, either!


Thanks for being part of Siliar!





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