Missing: Thirty-Something Author

It’s been a busy few months. That’s about the best excuse I can come up for the ridiculous gap between posts! What have you missed? Well, there was The Arch Mage, Part Two, naturally. And there was The Razor’s Edge. Both of those EQ Next stories can be found through the links on the right – free as always. I did a bit of work on a fantasy project that didn’t quite work out, but took a bit more time than I’d expected – wasted time, as it turned out, but all good practice (so they tell me). And I’ve begun working in earnest on the sequel to Wrathful Skies. Over the next few months my schedule is going to allow me a bit more flexibility and writing time than usual, and I’m hoping that will translate to a blast of creative production…though with another EQN story on the way and more in the pipeline, new material is guaranteed no matter how “busy” I get with other stuff!Razor's Edge Cover

2 responses to “Missing: Thirty-Something Author

  • Jim

    “The Razors Edge” was the best short story I have read in many years, I did notice however on pages 1-5 that Tork was referred to as an Orgre several times, yet on pages 27 and 28 he was referred to as a Troll, I thought at first reading pages 27 this was a spoiler that Trolls would be included in EverQuest Next lore, but reread early pages to find the error.

    • robertlassen

      Many thanks for the very high praise, Jim! I can assure you that Tork, Kattar and Razor are DEFINITELY ogres, though I can see where ambiguity might have crept in with the references to the Troll’s Tears…whether the fact that the waterfall above Toskirakk is called “The Troll’s Tears” is a spoiler, I’ll let you decide…

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