#161 15/03/2017 20:25:23

Aslan
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Re: Critique ! [L'pe des ombres]


Homme, dit Aslan, voici Cair Paravel aux quatre trnes, et sur l'un d'eux tu dois siger en tant que roi.

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#162 08/05/2017 22:28:16

Aslan
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Re: Critique ! [L'pe des ombres]


Homme, dit Aslan, voici Cair Paravel aux quatre trnes, et sur l'un d'eux tu dois siger en tant que roi.

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#163 03/11/2017 17:31:06

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Re: Critique ! [L'pe des ombres]

Et elle a termin un nouveau roman, dans un autre registre puisque c'est de la fantasy urbaine apparemment.
Et histoire de s'chauffer avant de se remettre L'pe des ombres. smile


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#164 05/11/2017 21:44:52

John Doe
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Re: Critique ! [L'pe des ombres]

Alors l je suis trs curieux de lire ce qu'elle peut faire dans un autre cadre. Intress.smile


Better a life like a falling star, brief and bright across the dark, than the long, long waiting of the immortals, loveless and cheerlessly wise   - The Broken Sword - Poul Anderson               
Que sommes nous, tous autant que nous sommes, sinon des spectres disparaissant dans la nuit ? - Le Crpuscule du Dieu Gris - R.E. Howard

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#165 30/11/2017 21:59:04

Gillossen
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Re: Critique ! [L'pe des ombres]

Cette fois, c'est reparti ! smile

https://www.patreon.com/posts/i-dont-why-you-15574667

What is in my hands is ENDLORDS and getting the book started again after a six year break. I know I can write now, though I appear to be slower than before. Perhaps it's just old age. What I do know is that ENDLORDS will be a different book than the one I began six years ago. I've changed. Which means the book will change too. I may start from the beginning. At this point I'm not sure. I'll let you know what happens.


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#166 06/08/2018 09:24:49

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https://www.patreon.com/posts/sunday-updatery-20395302

I've been taking time this week to think about the long picture of the Sword of Shadows series. While writing the first four books, I held the entirety of the series as a possibility in my head. I didn't necessarily know  what was going to happen to the characters on a chapter-by-chapter basis but I did know their general direction. I knew the shape. I no longer know the shape so I'm currently writing the chapters sequentially: Raif, Raina, the Dog Lord, Effie etc. Moving the characters forward to gain momentum, whilst unsure of their endpoints (finales). I have enough confidence in myself as a writer not to worry about the plot too much--I haven't outlined a book since A Man Betrayed--but I have seven POV characters here, that's seven plot lines  (eight if we count Baralis which we really should) and it's time I got Planet Endlords spinning in my head. Once it's spinning everything will work out, plots will overlap and intertwine, characters will meet unexpectedly or be reunited, and the series as a whole will move forward. Breaking my wrist and the ensuing slowdown has hampered the process. To get and keep a book spinning requires daily application of force.

Evidemment, si en plus elle se casse le poignet...


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