July Update

It’s been a busy few weeks. I’ve spent most of it working on polishing Lords of Infinity now that it’s more or less complete. That means addressing balance issues, fixing bugs, and completing the stat and reference pages.

Hopefully, by this time next month, I’ll have it submitted for copyediting. I’m really looking forward to having it out, and I hope you’re all as excited for its impending release as I am.

In the meantime, this month’s installments of A Creator’s Guide to Writing and Worldbuilding, A Soldier’s Guide to the Infinite Sea, and An Adventurer’s Guide to the Fledgling Realms, are all up.

11 responses to “July Update

  • Leonas

    Can’t wait for it to be released. You’re doing a great job with the series and I think that this should set an example for COG/HG authors to take their time, polish their work. The infinity series is one of my favorite book series of all time, along with great tournament and the hunger games. Thank you for all you hard work.

  • Jonny

    Honestly no other series holds up to this one tbh


    After years of hype…*insert hype Spongebob meme*

    Anyway hope Winds of Winter also come out soon lol

  • Cody

    Looking forward to it. Having generally grown tired of choice novels, this is the only one that I really want to read.

  • KKSKang

    Hell Yeah! But I Accidentally Played The Demo So The Element Of Surprise Is Gone 😞

  • Ranns

    I hope it’s released soon, I can’t wait for this novel for years. you are a great writer my friend. good luck.

  • Slater

    I’ve literally been hyped for years. Since Guns came out. I don’t think I’ve ever anticipated anything this long and not lost interest in it or forgotten about it. Really looking forward to playing it. Thanks for all the work you do and constant updates! It must feel great to have it almost done.

  • Jonathan Davis

    Today is August 1, 2022. Is Lords of Infinity going to come out today, or is there a Date Scheduled for the Release of Lords of Infinity?

  • Eric

    How Long Does a Copyedit Take? A copyedit of your manuscript takes anywhere from three to five weeks.

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