Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Insecure Writers Support Group, What's Up?

Greetings all, it's the first Wednesday in February and that means it's time for IWSG, created by the thoughtful Alex J. Cavanaugh who is practicing his ninja skills even as you read this. But instead of flashing swords, he brandishes a guitar. If you'd like to read more IWSG post go here.

My name is Nancy and I publish under my initials, N. R. Williams. I'm too old but, I won't tell you just how old I am. Sorry.

I'm about 3 quarters of the way done with the sequel to my epic fantasy, The Treasures of Carmelidrium. Which is available as an e-book on Amazon. See the side bar. I could use some more reviews.

I bet I can guess what you're going to say. "I don't read fantasy." No problem, my book is easy to read for anyone. There's mystery and suspense, music, a villain and romance. Oh yeah baby. It has it all.

The sequel is long over do but I have a good excuse. I almost died. My recovery has taken some time. But now I'm whipping through the chapters at about five a week. Of course, once it's done I have to edit, rewrite, edit and then send it off to my editor.

The title is, The Rise of Lord Sinon and I hope to release it this fall.

That's my news, same as last time. What's up with you?

Nancy

Here's a tease.

Warning: Includes a spoiler to the ending of the first book.

Lord Sinon Awiergan stood in the center of the Library at Château de Talaith. Coal from hell burned his stomach. High King Healden sat at an intricately carved desk in the middle of the room and had yet to look up from the study of a stack of papers. A grandfather clock on Sinon’s right ticked away at his nerves.
The oval room had a spectacular view of the west gardens and the stable. The late summer sun shone through multiple windows and splashed against the rich deep blue carpet. A circular wrought iron staircase connected the main floor to the upper interior balcony which supported grand bookcases. The rosewood dome ceiling finished the magnificent room.

            It was rumored that the windows had been imported from L'Amérique, the queen’s home world. Another time Sinon might have enjoyed the vast display of the grounds and gardens of the château, but at this moment his nerves cut him like razors. 

13 comments:

Sarah Foster said...

Glad you're recovering and getting back into writing. I wish I could bust out chapters as fast as you are!

February IWSG Co-host

Chrys Fey said...

5 chapters a week? That's awesome! I hope you can get your book out in the fall! The Treasures of Carmelidrium does sound like it has everything. :)

Southpaw HR Sinclair said...

I'm glad your recovering. How frightened that must have been. I'm glad to hear you are writing - and so fast too.

Hart Johnson said...

You're cruising! Well done! And I'm SO glad you are feeling a lot better and thus up to this.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Glad you are healthy again and working hard on that sequel!

N. R. Williams said...

Thanks all
Wednesday's are super busy for me so I'll stop by tomorrow.
Nancy

Lanise Brown said...

Hi Nancy. It's great news that you're recovering and feeling better, and writing five chapters a week is awesome! I need to write like that. :)

Laura Clipson said...

Glad you're recovering, it sounds like it was pretty serious! Good luck with your sequel :)

N. R. Williams said...

Thanks Lanise and Laura
Nancy

dolorah said...

I hope you reach your goal Nancy. I am glad you have recovered and are able to continue writing.

Denise Covey said...

Nancy, you're writing up a storm. I read on FB this morning that you're not feeling well. I hope you make a quick recovery and get back to your writing.

I'm busy too. I haven't seen you come by my blog since forever. I hope you will visit when you are well enough. My new blog address is:

dencovey.blogspot.com

The old link takes you to a redirection to my new place.

Denise :-)

alexia said...

Almost dying is a decent excuse :) Just teasing! Glad you're still writing!

The Purple Treehouse said...

lovely.