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10 Responses to West Essalieyan novels

  1. Melanie says:

    So exciting to here, I love your books

  2. Jim says:

    I, too, love your books. I reread them often. Looking forward to many more please! Both as West and Sagara. You are a bril­liant creator as well as writer

  3. michelle says:

    @Jim: Thank you!

  4. So sorry to hear this Michelle, i have been a big fan since the first of them came out. I hope that you can get them out as i often think of the char­ac­ters you have created and want to know about what happens next.

  5. michelle says:

    @Stephen: I will absolutely finish the final arc and publish it :).

  6. Melanie says:

    I have all your books which I too re-read, I’m extremely glad to know the books will be written

  7. Bobby Teal says:

    can you do a short book on the powers of those in the Essalieyan novels

  8. Angela Michalicek says:

    Will the Essalieyan novels on Patreon be published on paper?

  9. Kitiara Aerin Green says:

    I’m really happy i finally finished the house war. You’ve been my hero since i first stum­bled across the cast books. As a writer i look up to you in all ways. And your world building is easily among the greatest. I was so happy to see jewel reunited with rath, not for a brief moment as i expected..but for the rest of her natural life. Even if he is a ghost. I cried about carver..and i cried about the other losses and triumphs in the last two house war books. But as i finished war i knew it couldn’t be finished yet! She must take down the Lord of the hells! Im so anxious to see a good ending for her and the den, carver and merry, meralonne, sigurne, and avandar. I feel bad for him i can’t believe how well crafted he is..i wouldn’t even be able to imagine what it would be like to be him enough to write him..i defi­nitely think id dread trying to fit my head inside his. But what will happen to jewel. She has the adopted father she loved (however reluc­tant he was to admit ) and his own godfa­ther and the den looking out for her..but their stories have endured so much already..especially jewel..i really can’t wait to see where her finally steps go. But as a writer i find it hard to end anything. To me there’s always more …more of life to be written. And its hard to imagine there ever could be an ending. How do you manage it michelle? How do you detach your­self and main­tain your sanity enough to walk away from the fasci­nating place you built? Your stories mainly the elantra novels but espe­cially house war too..have always been a life line and source of delight and pride for me. But i worry about how it will end for jewel and aver­alaan.. She has lost so much. It doesn’t seem right to end it other than a good way. I can’t wait to see how things finish out. I don’t envy you the task of tying up the loose ends. I’ve been writing my first book since i was eight and i still can’t get all of it out of my head and on paper. I cant imagine being as deep in as you.

  10. michelle says:

    @Angela: Yes, but in trade paper­back, not in the previous mass market that the DAW books were.

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