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Current writing schedule?

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Current writing schedule?
Post by Lunan   » Sun May 31, 2015 10:23 pm

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so Himself has recently made appearences and i have a question for those who attended.
What is the master working on writing wise these days.

as i last recall,

Hells Gate 3 is either done or very close
HFQ is done
and Sword of the south is at least t close to final edit stage.

so is there another Honor book in outline stage even?
the follow up books to sword of the south (i know its planned at 5 total books)
Prince Roger?
Dahak 4? (and pre MM book)
a follow up to Apoc Troll (this is on my personal please do list but i don't know if its even planed)
something TOTALLY NEW?
so who knows what?
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Re: Current writing schedule?
Post by fallsfromtrees   » Mon Jun 01, 2015 6:54 am

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Lunan wrote:so Himself has recently made appearences and i have a question for those who attended.
What is the master working on writing wise these days.

as i last recall,

Hells Gate 3 is either done or very close
HFQ is done
and Sword of the south is at least t close to final edit stage.

so is there another Honor book in outline stage even?
the follow up books to sword of the south (i know its planned at 5 total books)
Prince Roger?
Dahak 4? (and pre MM book)
a follow up to Apoc Troll (this is on my personal please do list but i don't know if its even planed)
something TOTALLY NEW?
so who knows what?

The Road to Hell is currently scheduled for March 2016, and is being snippeted in the Multiverse forum. SotS is scheduled for August and is currently snippeted in the War God forum. Apparently, David's current project is recovering from a pacemaker installation, so we all wish him the best at that.
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Re: Current writing schedule?
Post by Lunan   » Tue Jun 09, 2015 11:45 am

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fallsfromtrees wrote:
Lunan wrote:so Himself has recently made appearences and i have a question for those who attended.
What is the master working on writing wise these days.

as i last recall,

Hells Gate 3 is either done or very close
HFQ is done
and Sword of the south is at least t close to final edit stage.

so is there another Honor book in outline stage even?
the follow up books to sword of the south (i know its planned at 5 total books)
Prince Roger?
Dahak 4? (and pre MM book)
a follow up to Apoc Troll (this is on my personal please do list but i don't know if its even planed)
something TOTALLY NEW?
so who knows what?

The Road to Hell is currently scheduled for March 2016, and is being snippeted in the Multiverse forum. SotS is scheduled for August and is currently snippeted in the War God forum. Apparently, David's current project is recovering from a pacemaker installation, so we all wish him the best at that.


Of course we wish him the best health. but as a ravid (rabbid) fan i still think its a legit question.

road to hell is in final correction
hells foundations quiver is done
sword of the south is done
a call to arms is done

in the recent past david has tended to have at least 2 "new" books in process at any given time. as of right now i can not find any reference to ANY new books in process.
it seems likely that he might be ready to start the next honor book as there has been a fairly lenghty break, or if its not time for honor the next book for sword of the south if its churning wanting to be written.
there are also half a dozen projects that have been thought of but never made it to written form. i just am wondering what to be looking forward to paying for multiple times(earc, audiobook, hardback)
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