Update!

Hey everyone,

So the Cult of the Ghost has come to its end. But fear not, the Hell Chronicles will be starting up shortly.

The Servant Chronicles 6 won the pull. We’ll get to see Tomoyo and her (mostly) grown up daughter Sakura. There won’t be any polls for a while. From now on, the Slave Chronicles will alternate with the Hell Chronicle.

In World of Erasthay news, I finished my more detailed map of the area the Knight and the Acolyte takes place in.

Take care,

J.

The Shattered High Kingdoms Map

The Shattered High Kingdoms Map

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2 thoughts on “Update!

  1. Jameson

    Well, after watching the map, I suddenly think of Game of Thrones, you know, westeros and things? You must have watched or read the novel, right? Since GoT is full of violence and sex ( especially incest 😉 ), so you must be inspired by the series? Anyway, still waiting till the next installment 😉

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    1. mypenname3000 Post author

      I’ve been reading Fantasy for a long time. The Song of Ice and Fire (or Game of Thrones, which I wonder if the TV show even mentions The Song of Ice and Fire since when I was watching it they abandoned all the background prophecies and subtle foreshadowing, such as R+L=J) is a great series, but there is far better fantasy out there. I’m what you call a bitter SOIFA fan in that I hate George RR Martin for taking his sweet fucking time writing the books. I own a copy of a Feast for Crows (Book 4) that was published in 2006. In there is a letter from GRRM promising A Dance with Dragons (the last book to come out so far) would be out in 2007. Yeah, it didn’t come out until after the first season of the show aired. The dude is nicknamed the Great Gray Glacier for a reason. But anyways, that’s my love/hate relationship with SOIFA.

      I would say this is more inspired by the some of the fantasy I read when I was a teenager such as the Belgariad by David Eddings, the Shannara books by Terry Brooks and D&D. The Knight and the Acolyte is a quest/travel series, adventure, danger, sex, with an overarching plot to drive the story forward. Though if you want to find the authors most influential on my writing style, check out Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time. When I’m not writing filthy smut, I actually am a Fantasy author.

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