The Sorcerer’s Widow: Progress Report Ten

I need to be traveling this weekend, and will be away from my computer. I don’t expect to have any net access at all until at least Sunday night.

Therefore, I’ve gone ahead and posted Chapter Ten early; it’s up now.

The first draft is complete, and the plan is to post Chapter Eleven on July 7th, Chapter Twelve on July 14th, and Chapters Thirteen and Fourteen on July 21st. Enough money’s come in to cover all that.

I don’t have a contract with Wildside yet, and I haven’t started the second draft yet, so I have no idea when the finished book will be published. The first draft is just barely short of official novel length, but I expect the final draft to be longer.

I’ll be accepting donations until the end of July. After that I’ll probably take down everything but the first two chapters, in favor of the eventual finished version.

Hope you enjoy the story.

4 thoughts on “The Sorcerer’s Widow: Progress Report Ten

  1. So glad you decided to post it early, i was having the most boring day at work and taking a break to read it was awesome. Thanks!!!

  2. Good as always, I think this is the first time we’ve gotten confirmation that Sorcery can do some of the more impressive things Wizardry can do, like life extension and directed clairvoyance.

    I assume the gap in capabilities is due to a lack of knowledge and equipment after the Great War polarized the disciplines, and the end of it destroyed much sorcerous knowledge, rather than some intrinsic difference. One would expect Order and Chaos to be roughly commensurate.

    I think this is the first time Kel has really reflected on his position here, he’s always been sort of blandly ok with his lot so far. He’s a pleasant sort, but I hope Dorna doesn’t rush into anything.

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