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MasterGhandalf posted a topic in Creator's CornerWelcome back, everyone, to the next installment of my ongoing space fantasy saga Realm of the Stars! For those just joining us, this is the third volume of a series I pitch as "Star Wars meets King Arthur meets Dune" and is the ending of the initial trilogy I have in mind (though I still have plans for more works in this universe!) - if you're looking for the Arthurian parallels, then this story's events would roughly correspond to Arthur's war with Rome. If you're interested in checking out the previous installments of this series, then Volume I is here, Volume II is here and some character portraits are here. And here we go! Prologue and Dramatis Personae:
not sure why, but there's been an idea in the back of my head for a couple of weeks now.... anyone know of a book series where subsequent books are the same story- but... just from different points of view? major events would be included but each of the pov characters has their own stuff going on? obviously author's do this on a much smaller scale regularly- but... i was just curious if anyone's done it with actual full fledged novels. if not- think it might just be because the reader would know the ultimate end of the story?
MasterGhandalf posted a topic in Creator's CornerSequel to Realm of the Stars Volume I: The Unclaimed Crown, which may be found here: Feedback welcome on both stories!
Chaos posted a article in Brandon and Book NewsToday Brandon revealed on Twitter why the progress on Stormlight 4 didn't go up much during his trip to Germany. He didn't have much time to write, but he said he got through two scenes of a non-Stormlight cosmere novella. We were going to go through a long list of things it could be, but then he revealed on Reddit it was a Sixth of the Dusk sequel. What will a sequel to that novella be? Well, Brandon has said before during the Oathbringer tour that he outlined the novella, and it involves Sixth exploring Shadesmar. That gets me pretty excited, especially since Sixth of the Dusk was already so late in the cosmere timeline. Note that he only got two scenes in, which obviously isn't very far. Brandon said he will pick it back up on the flight to Spain in July, and if he doesn't finish it, he has a long flight in October to visit France and Israel. Why didn't Brandon work on Stormlight on the flight? He says it's hard to work on Stormlight on flights because the books are too intricate, and there are lot of distractions on a plane. Of course, do note his tweet said he's back to Stormlight work, so don't worry about that There's a few other interesting things Brandon said on Reddit today. First, the Silverlight novella needs to wait until the Threnody novel for "connective tissue reasons". Next, he again talked about a place with a kite-based magic system which he might plot as a YA book, after he's finished with the Skyward novel, as he would like to do some YA in the cosmere. Are you excited about a Sixth of the Dusk sequel? Let us know below! If you'd like to support 17th Shard, feel free to back us on Patreon!