Now on to Book Two

The book is typeset and the art is complete.  The cover is beautiful, even the back blurb is epic, engaging, and a real winner.  But what is left…the hard part.

Will folks read it?  Will they enjoy it?  Will I be a laughingstock?

I think if you are willing to put your thoughts down for others to read, you must be a masochist or oblivious to the scorn of others.

Thank goodness, however, for the kindness of those who do read, and especially for those who say nice things.

Let the critiques come, I’m busy writing the next one…

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About jthartke

It is well known that J. T. slew several dragons in the pasture near the farm where he grew up. Many other quests, often borne from the classic books of fantasy literature, confounded his days and long nights. Those journeys sprang forth from the pages of Tolkien, Feist, Jordan, and Eddings. J. T. kept his flashlight well hidden under a tent of blankets and pillows, for fear that an ogre might see the light after bedtime. After a long dark quest through a much feared land known as "Q'orp'orate Qubicle", he was cast out to find his own way. He spent some time cooking for an insane master. J. T. then took it upon himself to create his own quest -- and thus was born The Dragonsoul Saga.
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