In order to make an oath, you have to search yourself to your furthest depths. First, you have to decide if you are capable of fulfilling your vow. Then you have to decide whether the thing you are swearing on has the value you think it has. Finally, you have to decide if you can live with the consequences of failure. In this chapter, Sentrus will find himself without answers to any of these questions. And only by getting to the end of the story will we, the readers, find out.Read More
There are no faceless enemies. It is time to meet the Revolutionaries.Read More
My wife and I finally finished moving to Tennessee from New York City. At long last I have a computer sitting on a desk instead of a floor and any minute now we're expecting our baby boy to make his first appearance in this big beautiful world. More updates on his progress and on the eventual writing of Breaking the Skies part 2 will find its way to this blog in the coming months. Along with more of the audio book, of course.
As for this week's chapter of Breaking the Skies:
The commander of the Queen's guard has succumbed to his wounds. His young lieutenants must take up his mantle, but will they have the strength to bear it?
After the previous night's battle, Baratem decides on a new plan for the day. Along the way, an old friend threatens to become a new enemy. And that's not the only unpleasant surprise in store.