DAW news: The Burning Crown

Bookmark the permalink.

I have sold DAW Books the first four novels in the series that is now called The Burning Crown, but which I’ve called The End of Days arc for decades. I have no titles, but do have dead­lines — the first of which is July of 2020. That’s when it’s due to the publisher. It’s not a publi­ca­tion date >.<.

This is the last arc of the Essalieyan universe. I expect it to be roughly the same as the Sun Sword in length.

4 Responses to DAW news: The Burning Crown

  1. Kelly Shannahan says:

    I’m so glad to read this. I am a huge fan of the Essalieyan arc, and while I realize it can’t go on forever, I I am thrilled it won’t come to a close just yet. Thanks so much for your hard work and creativity as a writer and many thanks to all your family and friends, editors and publishers, for their support. We, the readers, reap the bene­fits.

  2. Emile De Antonio says:

    We won’t mind if it runs a little longer than Sword. Read the “Sigurne” cut and really liked it — prob­ably because I’m quite fond of her and I think that it is clear that you are,too. Am currently reading Boccaccio and it occurs to me that in your current project of enter­taining us w/ stories while the plague rages you are a sort of one-woman Decameron. Good company to be in. Some of the titles listed in the Meier appendix sounded a bit familar, so poked around in my Sagara milk-crate and turned up. Speaking w/ Angels — a book whose exis­tence had totally slipped my mind. Since my mind is turning into a colander the stories will seem quite fresh on mondays. Stay well!

Leave a Reply