Real life is being real. Which means it isn’t letting me have any time to sit and blog — actually, it means I’m dealing with contractors who don’t know the meaning of being professional right now. So the post is going to be delayed until afternoon. In the meantime, toss out some suggestions on what you’d like me to blog about.

In the meantime, here’s the cover mock-up for Fire from Ashes, the next book in the Honor & Duty series, that Sarah did for me.


      1. I knew this, but wasn’t sure the average comment reader would know this. The flamers were never mentioned as a primary weapon – been a long time since I read it, but my memory recalls only one time they are mentioned. Against the Skinnies, early in the novel, and never again? Never against the Bugs? I dunno. May be the years fogging things.

        1. He mentions casually flaming a skinny, and iirc thats the only point it is mentioned, but then the specifics of MI power suit armament were kind of vague.

  1. I’d … fog the background more if you can and try to make the figure stand out better?

  2. Writing intimate violence as in domestic, criminal, bar fight, one on one, few on one violence not military or firearm violence. What needs capturing and how: the scenery, the action, the injuries, thoughts, gore(?), pain?

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