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Dec. 30th, 2008 | 01:00 am
posted by: duskpeterson in warfiction

The highlights:

He could not leave this room without his father's permission. And he could not imagine going to his father and saying, "Please let me go gather moss so that my slave can have a proper New Year for once." ¶ A novelette in the Three Lands series is presented as a holiday gift story.
—A new LiveJournal blog opens for Main Bookshelf announcements.
—A modified winter schedule begins.

The details:

The Three Lands

* Main Bookshelf. Site content label. A fantasy series on friendship, romance, and betrayal in times of war and peace.

New (online fiction):

Re-creation. What can you give a slave who, by law, can own nothing? . . . A 2008 holiday gift story for Dusk Peterson's readers.


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This blog carries update notices for the Main Bookshelf of this site (which includes all of the contents linked from the Suspenseful Friendship Fiction site), including notices of Main Bookshelf paperbacks, e-books, audio books, booktrailers, and online fiction.

This replaces my MySpace friendshipfiction blog, which I'll no longer be updating. (There's no significance to the name change except that LiveJournal doesn't accept blog names that are over fifteen characters.) Likewise, I will no longer be updating my MySpace duskpeterson blog, which has merely duplicated the notices I was sending out from my InsaneJournal and LiveJournal blogs.

>>> Winter Break Modified

Well, my time off the Web has turned out to be much more successful than I'd expected it to be. (Fifty-five thousand words written in November. That's my definition of successful.) As a result, I've modified my schedule to allow me to stay largely off the Web year-round. What this means (paradoxically) is that I'm publishing stories this winter. I'm still mainly offline, though, and still most easily reached by e-mail.

>>> Coming Next

The wartime fantasy novel Noble, in the Princeling series.

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