Monthly Archives: February 2013

Chapter 15

And back to business. Chapter 15 feels a bit special–partly because of the reception that Thorn has received as of late, not to mention the ridiculous praise heaped upon it from my editor, as well as a gut feeling that … Continue reading

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Ranger…tank?

As close to it as I can manage, anyway. Note: If you’re one of the CoF FARMING ZERKER RUN WARRIOR/GUARDIAN ONLY munchkins, please, just move along. Ranger shortbow spec is interesting in that the auto attack is the only real … Continue reading

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Biggest GW2 Fan contest winner, and some even bigger news.

First, let me send out a huge word of thanks to everyone who voted for Thorn in GW2Guru’s ‘Biggest GW2 Fan’ contest–you guys really are the best, and the news was one hell of a nice way to start my … Continue reading

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Chapter 15 (First draft–don’t get too excited.)

Although I am. Just put the finishing touches on the completed first draft of chapter 15, and between getting this nearly done, and finally figuring out a pretty huge plot sticking point, I’m feelin’ like a boss. Time to go … Continue reading

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Monday ramblings.

Work has begun on chapter 15, and I think once it gets rolling, it’ll be a reasonably quick write, at least compared to 13 and 14. /ramble on

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Yay, snow day!

Glad to hear my New Englanders have weathered (har?) the recent storm, but I can’t say I was displeased by the pretty substantial guild turnout over Friday and Saturday. Nice to see lots of folks who haven’t had a chance … Continue reading

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A break from writing, my ass. (Chapter 14)

It ended up being a beer and ‘Nightfall in Middle Earth’ evening, and I have copious notes for chapters 15 and part of 16 to show for it. Chapter 14 arrived back in my inbox today, and I’m pleased to … Continue reading

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