|Posted on November 22, 2016 at 7:20 AM|
Hello again, everyone! I'm back to throw a post up on the ol' bazaar, for the time to introduce the release of information regarding the Consortium Chain omnibus is fast approaching.
It sounds like the Chain hardcover has an ISBN and the cover art is coming soon. We're getting closer, so very close. It will be wonderful to have this entire trilogy in a single volume. There will be a few additions to this work, as well as a few edits, but it is more-or-less the trilogy as it stood within the three separate works. If you haven't delved into the world of Xarh previously, I highly recommend giving this hardcover a go. It will be your one-stop shop for all Xarhian information for the coming years. All you will need to get your mind soaked in Xarhian goodness will be contained within its cover. And if you are among those who have read my previous three volumes independently, you will enjoy the slight changes and the overall feel of this new offering. My good friends at Blue Harvest Creative are known for their quality of work, so I can only imagine how this will appear in the final product.
It will be the definitive Consortium Chain piece.
And now on to the next chapter. Jaliun is nearly finished. I've been tinkering with this work for some time now, and I think I just need to wrap it up and call it a tale. This is one that has been a pure labor of love, and I'm really excited about the potential for it. It may really catch you, or it may not be your cup of tea, but, either way, it will be an interesting piece within the Xarhian universe. And the Shores of Ornateam short story compilation will follow it. Shores has much more of a Consortium Chain feel, for all who want to get back into the vibe of yesteryear.
The trilogy I'm building after Shores will be a thing of mystery for some time, but that is also coming along. Lots and lots of work to be done there.
Well, there you have it: the state of the Xarhian union. Until next time, all! Enjoy your reading.
Quote of the Week:
“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.”
― Dr. Seuss