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A Post About Ending My Current Series

Today's post, "An Ending Both Happy and Sad," can be found at http://magicalwords.net.  Please visit the site and check it out.  And, as always, enjoy!

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hedwig_snowy
Sep. 15th, 2008 05:55 pm (UTC)
No politics, just on writing
"I want to make certain that I get it right."

That's all a reader can hope for from an author. And, the ending of a series is bittersweet for readers as well. Glad to see that you have a consideration to return to the world of the Forelands/Southlands, but don't forget the Children of Amarid. :-) And, I suppose you'll want to create something new as well. Hmmph!

Seriously though, I was very impressed with the concept and creative way the Lon Tobyn world was laid out and, honestly, I was sad to see it go with only a trilogy. (Doesn't anyone take the Terry Brooks - 14 Shannara Books - or the RA Salvatore - 15+ Drizzt Books - or the Robert Jordan - 13 Wheel of Time books - 'course in writing book series' anymore?!?!?! ;)) ....not like you don't get fan suggestions to go back all the time but your post today reminded me how much I enjoyed the Lon Tobyn series...

Ok, I'm just looking forward to getting my already ordered copy of Horsemen's Gambit and you already know the ending of book 3. How fair is that??? ;)
davidbcoe
Sep. 15th, 2008 10:11 pm (UTC)
Re: No politics, just on writing
Thanks for the kind words. I do hear quite often from people who want to see more books in the LonTobyn world. I'm not ready to go back there yet, but I have started giving thought to what I might do if I were to go back. So that's progress. We're still talking years from now, I think, but I'm starting to open up to the idea.
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