February 6th 2022 Update

I didn’t get quite to what I wanted this week, but I came close! Phoenix Ascendant is up to approximately 71,000 words, and still not where I expected to be in the story. It very easily could go over the 120,000 word mark at this point, but… we’ll see what happens. I’m happy it’s making progress, though!

I also got news that the pre-order for the audiobook of Adept of Chaos is live! It isn’t on iTunes yet, annoyingly, but it’s up on Amazon and Audible, links below!

In other news, I got some art of Daemonia back from Crystal Rain. It isn’t perfect by any means, but I think it turned out reasonably well. I hope you like it!

8 thoughts on “February 6th 2022 Update

  1. There are a couple of different things. The food on the plate isn’t correct, but that was minor enough I decided to ignore it. The main thing is that her face doesn’t quite feel right. It’s much better than it was as a sketch, but she feels somewhat… off, compared to her personality.

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  2. The picture is quite good, the spoon though could be better. Although I wonder I thought she had batlike wings

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  3. I get that. When I say succubus-like, most people think that. And to be honest, I’m wondering if I made an error and did both in different places… now I need to check.

    I can guarantee that the first time Lilith met Daemonia, she had feathered wings. I may have messed up in subsequent appearances, though.

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  4. Ohhh, I understand, the wings make sense though, I like them. I might have to go through your books again to familiarise myself with the characters, after am done with talyn tebirth. Your books are among the few series I can re-read. Nice work on them, look forward to future releases.

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  5. Yeah, I don’t blame you. I just checked, and it doesn’t look like I /ever/ mentioned what type of wings Daemonia has beyond that first meeting. Makes it hard for the description to stick in people’s mind, unlike Archons whose are mentioned a lot. Might be something to change in future editions.

    But I’m glad they’re something you can re-read! My philosophy is that I want to write books that I’d want to read.

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