The occasional observations of Carolyn Kephart, writer

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

The Lady and the Mage

I enjoyed writing Last Laughter so much that I'm thinking of more short stories involving my as yet anonymous Countess and Cyril Dagleish Dacier, the Thaumaturge Royal. When I began the tale, I thought of it as typical standard fantasy set in a semi-medieval world, but by the end it felt (to me, anyway) decidedly Edwardian, hence the court mage's quaintly British name. I never thought I'd ever write anything steampunk, but there it is, with perhaps more to come. Last Laughter is now fully corrected and will be at Silver Blade for an entire quarter-year; I hope it garners lots of readers.

The Kindle and other digital versions of my novels are finding a wide audience, and I couldn't be happier, more optimistic, or more energized.


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