Welcome to the November 2010 issue of the Musings of the Othar. I will keep this short and simple since I was very busy this month with non-writing activities.
This month introduces a new series, The Pocket Watch, which I plan to continue on a monthly basis. I had been mulling over the idea for a few months, and participating in the AW October Blog Chain provided the impetuous to pen the opening scene, so I decided to continue with the next scene. These pieces will be under one-thousand words, and provide a quick and hopefully entertaining read that does not require a large investment of time.
The Fayersae Histories continue this month, and our story stays with Cettan as he leads his band of self-exiles into the ravaged eastern realm of Bruchmon. As usual, each of the previous chapters can be found in the Full Fayersae Histories link at the top of the page.
Clarice Publishing and Othar Saga updates are short this month, given how busy I was away from writing. I wish I had more progress to report, both on the new web site and on book three in the Harmony of the Othar Saga, Tongue of Hauden, but unfortunately, I was unable to get much done with either of them.
Anyway, here’s hoping my schedule allows for better progress in the coming weeks.
P.A. Seasholtz, Editor