Happy Ostara

Merry meet!

With all the stuff that’s going on with the earth these days, it’s certainly a time to count our blessings and look forward to the next cycle of flowering, even as we all try to recover from a dark winter. With the vernal equinox behind us, here’s what I’m looking forward to.

Cape Grace now and the Ravenwood sequel this summer. That should leave me room to write a third book by year end as I get out from under my prior commitments from last year.

I’m really looking forward to getting back into Tanyth Fairport’s universe and seeing what kind of mischief she gets up to next. Unfortunately, it’ll still be a few months before I can do that.

In the meantime, Debora Geary has released her next book “A Modern Witch” and it looks pretty good. I haven’t had a chance to dig into it too far yet, but if you like fantasy — and I think you do — here’s a little contemporary fantasy to tide you over until I get my act together.

Thanks for staying with me on the trek, people. I’m very grateful for your continuing support.

Blessed be.

11 Responses to “Happy Ostara”

  1. 1
    Iza

    Thank you so much for the Ravenwood!

    It was so refreshing to read a tale where the heroine is not a goregous < 30 yrs old. As I am getting older I found it depressing that so many books "suggest" that you can not be interesting otherwise. Apart from that, the book conveys the sense of twarmth and unity with nature… very soothing and very enjoyable. A pleasure to read.

    My heatfelt compliments on the quality of the narration — it is perfect (rare when authors read their own books).

    Please do write more. I want to know what is in store for Tanyth and Frank and the Ravenwood village. I keep my fingers crossed that their fates will be blessed.

    Thank you!

  2. 2
    holly

    nathan – i love ALL your stories – the vast solar system to your Tanyth character….PLEASE keep them coming, they are such entertainment and i look forward to purchasing the books also so I can hold in my hand and smell the pages of the book as I read again about all the things you have told me about in your podiobooks!

    thanks again!

    Holly

  3. 3
    Nathan

    Just as soon as we can get them edited and out. 😀

  4. 4
    Nancy McKee

    I can’t tell you how much I have enjoyed your podiobooks. I have listened to all of them several times. As a 64 year old woman, I particularly enjoyed Ravenwood and am really looking forward to the sequel. While I congratulate you on having your books in print, I’m sorry for the people who won’t get to hear your lovely voice and reading style. You make a long, boring car ride just fly by. Please keep up the good work.

  5. 5
    Nathan

    Thanks, Nancy. There’s definitely more coming.

  6. 6
    craig

    Hey, Nathan, I loved Ravenwood, but, I didn’t find there were any llammas in Lammas Woods ; )

  7. 7
    Fredric

    Thank you Nathan for bringing us Tanyth and Ravenwood. It was such a comfort to be able to go on a visit there. It helors me trough some tough times when my mother in law lost her battle against cancer much to young.

    I look forward to the next installment. I hope you continue doing your own narration, you are really good. I consider your narration of Ravenwood on par with some of the great narrators and probably one of the best author narrations I have ever heard.

  8. 8
    George

    “Cape Grace now and the Ravenwood sequel this summer.” I can not find Cape Grace. I know you have been busy with your “books” but I am having with drawl.

  9. 9
    Nathan

    Summer’s not over yet

    🙂

    And I know. It’s late.

    It’s coming. I promise.

    It’s the *when* that’s killin’ me 😀

  10. 10
    Michele

    Nathan, you spoil me with your wonderful qualities of narration, and I enjoy that your stories are about people just trying to get along, albeit in a universe that has star trave, or simple living. I have dug foundation and built a very sturdy shed while listening to your Traders Tales, and every time I work in that shed I will remember those stories. I am eager to see where Tanyth ends up – as a 50 yr old martial artist, I appreciate action scenes where a woman defends herself successfully.
    You have opened the world of podio books to me, after I saw and listened to “Captain’s Share” on iTunes.

  11. 11
    Nathan

    Thanks, Michele .. I’m realy anxious to get back into this world. I’m hoping that there’ll be a enw Tanyth story before the end of the year.

    There are a lot of good podiobooks out there.

    Happy Listening 😀


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