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Mystery Solved

In 2012 — how time flies — I wrote a blogpost about the risks for writers of creative contamination when reading novels too close to their own niche.   On occasion, and to my great surprise, my own series, Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse, has been compared to Games of Thrones. More specifically as […]

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Unfinished Business

After a long hiatus, I started writing again about a year ago. Very slowly at first. What I’ve produced is in various states of completion. They tell us that we should meet readers’ expectations. If you’re known for writing Epic Fantasy with Gay Main Characters, that’s it. You can’t write anything else, unless you do […]

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The Invisible Hands: Change of Plans

I’m about 80,000 words into what was supposed to become the last book in the next Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse trilogy, and I’m fairly sure now that is not going to happen. The trilogy, I mean. There simply are too many characters and there is too much happening to fit in just three […]

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Plans for Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse

Once in a while I get an email from a reader asking me all kinds of things about future plans for the Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse-series. Yesterday someone asked me if the books would be bundled in omnibuses. So, for anybody who’s curious, what follows are my plans as I now see them. […]

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Can writing make you afraid to read?

I wonder if I’m the only writer with this “problem?” A few casual remarks on some board of which I don’t remember the name intimated that there were some similarities between a serialized story called Captive Prince and my Dark Tales. Later I got questions about that in private conversations. Not that anybody even remotely […]

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