A new Goodreads winner and new good news.

First, I want to congratulate our November winner on Goodreads.com, Dorinda from Twelve Mile, Indiana.  Her book is in the mail, and I hope she enjoys it as much as our past winners have.  I think that’s the last giveaway for a while, so if you still aren’t sure about The Dragonsoul Saga, go on over to the website and download the first five chapters. You won’t be disappointed, and you’ll want to order your copy then and there.

More news… I’ve been traveling around Illinois visiting with several Junior and Senior High Schools, as well as a couple of community colleges. They seem to really enjoy my presentation on writing, story telling, and how to get published. Both the students and the teachers have told me they learned some great things, and I’ve even had parents complimenting me for reaching their kids. What a great experience this has been.

Now I’m digging in deep with book 2: A Darkness Unleashed.  It is swiftly reaching the halfway point, and it is coming out very clean and very full of action. And the plot thickens. Plus, I work faster at the end of the process, so do not fear — those of you who want it out.  It will be ready in plenty of time for Comic-Con 2013.

Oh, and yes, we are going to Comic-Con 2013 for sure this year…  Hope to see you there!

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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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