Welcome to the March 2011 issue of the Musings of the Othar. I’m definitely looking forward to an early spring as each year it seems that I get tired of winter at an earlier and earlier stage. I guess this explains all the southward migrations as we age. At any rate, I am looking forward to some warmer weather so I can move my writing endeavors back to the three-season porch from the confines of my basement office.
This month’s Feature Article will be examining Scott Westerfeld’s steampunk novel Leviathan. My review will be a little short this month as there was really nothing to say other than ‘read this book’. It was one of the most entertaining reads I have had in quite some time.
The Pocket Watch continues this month, and I would like to remind everyone that you can easily catch up with the series if you have missed an installment or two. Each chapter is intentionally short, and they are designed for quick easy reading on a PC or a mobile device.
The Fayersae Histories continue this month as Cettan and Lyhtan are reuinted. 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 also available, and I am pleased to announce that the book trailer is now up on Barnes & Noble here: Othar Saga Trailer.
Anyway, again I’m hoping that my busy schedule allows for better progress on book three, Tongue of Hauden, in the coming weeks.
P.A. Seasholtz, Editor
Posted in: Archives, From the EditorPublished: March 8, 2011