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The last day of 2014


74489It’s the last day of 2014.
Time for wrapping-up the year that’s going, and set down good propositions for the year to come.

But I do not believe that much in recaps and prologues… I’m taking a day at a time, doing the best I can.
At the moment, there is little else I can do.

The Ministry of ThunderAnd yet – I am writing, and in 2014 I published

  • 20 self-produced ebooks 1

  • one traditionally published novel

  • one game supplement

One of my stories was published in an anthology, and some of my gaming material found its way in a multi-author volume.

Not bad.
For 2015, there’s three stories and one learned paper waiting to come out, and I just settled preliminary deals for one game supplement and one novel (both to be completed in the first half of the year).
And I’ve got plans for more things.
Because taking one day at a time does not mean not planning ahead.

And part of the plans involve Karavansara – that’s been growing nicely these last few months (we’ve surpassed the 27.000 visits a nice improvement on 2013), and I’d like to take up a few notches in 2015.

So, while we wait for the new year to begin, please accept my best wishes, and my thanks for choosing to read my babbles.

See you on the other side.

  1. one of which under an alias, to check out my suspect that a good book, without a known name on the cover and/or some kind of web support, is destined to fail. I was right. Oh, and by the way – the ebook has been canceled from the Amazon servers, so you don’t need to look for it or try and guess my alias. 

Author: Davide Mana

Paleontologist. By day, researcher, teacher and ecological statistics guru. By night, pulp fantasy author-publisher, translator and blogger. In the spare time, Orientalist Anonymous, guerilla cook.

2 thoughts on “The last day of 2014

  1. Let me be the first: HAPPY NEW YEAR! 🙂


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