Wherein I discuss the challenge of “breaking through” today’s writing industry.
Wherein I share the progress and early sketches for Drawful the Awful’s interior art.
Wherein I return to editing work in earnest and give the status of Drawful the Awful.
Wherein Princess Brooke faces up to what her kingdom and society think of her, with some help from her dragonly friend.
Wherein a wizard and an oracle meet, and a well meaning sorceress finds her patience taxed.
Wherein the Kings go through a cabinet meeting, but a Duke’s manipulations finally take hold.
Wherein two Kings and Duke share breakfast, but only one has any wisdom to share.
Wherein I discuss my approach to worldbuilding, starting with a basic premise that will give structure to the world of Drawful the Awful.
Wherein King Nick shares his trepidation with the Captain of his guard regarding Nick and his daughter’s nuptials.
Wherein King Nick does his best to put with visiting King Lando on their way to the palace.