East of Constantinople, West of Shanghai

Almost there…

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The second installment of AMARNA is going through editing, and we’ll be back on schedule, and release it in February as planned despite having wasted ten days being sick.
What is not going as planned is the development.
As originally dreamed up (what got into me?) AMARNA should have been six 8000-words episodes.
But the first episode was over 12.000 words, and the second will clock over the 10.000 words mark. Which means that the planned 50.000-words novel will be closer to 70.000 words by June.
And yet, I’m having lots of fun, and hopefully the readers are having fun, too.
And things are going to heat up in the next weeks. With the second episode, now all the pieces are on the chessboard. The next four episodes will floor the accelerator.


Now it’s time to start working on the rest of the spin-offs, the new Curse of Fantomah episodes, and hopefully the roleplaying material. And I’ll have to see if my Italian readers are interested in kickstarting a translation and Italian single-volume edition.
That would be good.
As they say, no rest for the wicked.

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.

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