A couple of weeks ago (in real time), I invited you to complete a two-question survey about a potential new Hammer series, to follow up on the Imperial Hammer and The Iron Hammer. There were 64 responses, thank you. And the results were absolutely conclusive. “Do you want to read another “Hammer” series?” Guess that […]
The Imperial Hammer
I’ve chatted with a few of you lately, especially around Christmas, when everyone was selecting their Christmas gift, and more than one of you asked when I was going to write more “Hammer” books. I’ve got two complete series; The Imperial Hammer and The Iron Hammer, both featuring Danny Andela and her friends. I loved
This just in… 🙂 Literally, the graphic just popped up on the SPSFC site a few minutes ago. Hammer and Crucible is one of seven books out of the original 300 to make it through the finals of the contest. The grand winner of the contest, one of the 7 finalists, will be announced on July 15th.
Home Alone’ish In the last week, my provincial government shut down the province. The borders are closed, as are all public facilities except for hospitals, pharmacies and grocery stores and a handful of other essential services. My household is also considering self-isolating for a month, just to help flatten the curve of demand upon the
The Witcher has finally taken Televisionland by storm. I find the story of the story of The Witcher to be one of the testaments to the power of a good story. It started off as a collection of short stories, original written in Polish by Andrzej Sapkowski. Then the collection became a series and a runaway