East of Constantinople, West of Shanghai

Four days out of the mines

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I just delivered a new chapter in the ghostwriting job from hell, and so I am now free for at least four days. Which is good, because I have stories to work on, and tonight I am planning the traditional Mana Bros Chili Con Carne that’s sort of a mid-summer tradition here in our house.
The stormy weather sort of fits a hearty dinner.

I am also reading – after all I asked my readers for a choice between books, and it looks like I’ll be reading Stefan Buczacki’s Earth to Earth, a Natural History of Churchyards.
Quite the sort of cheerful book I need to recharge my batteries.

And as we are at it, to all those that asked if, after In the House of Vezzanius we would be seeing Bélise Nine-Fingers again… rejoice.
Bélise is on the road again.
Or on the rooftops.
Or in the sewers.
Anyway, she’s coming, in a new, possibly heftier story.
Watch this space.

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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