Friday, October 30, 2015


On this day four years ago, I started writing what would end up being my first novel, The Age of Apollyon (the working title was The Valley of the Shadow but that was already taken). Four years really isn't a long time when you think about it, but it feels like I've been writing forever.

I am pretty proud of my output in these four years. Here is a list of every novel and short story I have released since Oct. 2011:


The Age of Apollyon
Black Sun

Short stories:

The Jerusalem Chronicles, Vol. 1: The Manifestation
The Jerusalem Chronicles, Vol. 2: The Revolution
The Jerusalem Chronicles, Vol. 3: The Persecution
Colony Zero, Vol. 1: Contact (multi-author collaboration)
Colony Zero, Series 1, Vol. 4: Sacrifice
Colony Zero, Series 2, Vol. 1: Hammerfall
Colony Zero, Series 0: Olympus
Sanquinem Innimicum (published in The Crossover Alliance Anthology, Vol. 1)

I am also more than 50,000 words deep into Nikolai the Penitent, and I have another short story coming out in the next anthology from The Crossover Alliance (though to be fair, it was written in 2002). All this while juggling life, work, and family. If it sounds like I'm bragging, it's because I am :-).

This is just the beginning, though. I have publicly declared before that I intend to write 30 novels in my lifetime, and I'm sticking to that promise. So...time to get back to work!


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