I’ve finished a new 82,000-word Dying Earthesque novel, The Ghost Wrangler.  It’s set in some of the same locations I used in the Baldemar stories and my 2019 novel, A God in Chains, and recycles some of the minor characters from those tales.

I’m not sure what I’m going to do with it.  I can probably sell it to a small press, and may do so.  Or I may self-publish it as a POD paperback and ebook in the usual venues.

But I’m also looking into the idea of trying a Kickstarter campaign that would produce a trade paperback and maybe even a signed hardcover edition.  There would have to be a learning curve, but I’m sure I can manage it.

In the meantime, I’ll take a few days off then think up another adventure for Cascor the discriminator and his oddball team of helpers.  The first Cascor novelette, “The Forlorn,” will run in the September/October issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, coming out next week.