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James told me if I could give him a novel in five months, I could have that slot. Then, of course, it took three months to edit it. I had a wonderful time working with James Sutter and Wes Schneider the dynamic duo of editing at Paizo. They are a great marketer of games, but there were some roadblocks initially to certain distribution channels. My overall experience with Paizo was wonderful.
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I wish it could have continued. Love is a human emotion, and romance is a broad swath of human experience. The plot of the story had nothing to do with their relationship, but the stresses of their struggles put serious strain on the relationship, including trust issues and an addiction problem. The fans loved it. That is a tough call.
Pirate King Chris A. Jackson
There were three POV protagonists, which is pushing it for a tie-in novel, but it allowed me to move the story at a fast pace, and pull off some daring rescues. It was the perfect mix of action, suspense, romance, and the game elements that the fans love. The primary difference I found in writing Horror versus SF or fantasy is pacing. I relied on the input of my wife for that, as she reads much more horror than I do, and I got some great input from my editor Katrina Ostrander. The ramping up of the tension was gradual, and the slow suspension of disbelief of the protagonist working well.
The hero, Silas Marsh, however is a cursed soul in the Lovecraftian sense, and was difficult to get right. Good editing brought it through.
Thanks, guys! One of our members is not only a tie-in writer himself, but is an editor for Mongoose Publishing, a British game publisher. I played Traveller a lot back in my college days, and jumped at the chance.
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Mixed, but primarily positive. We all get those one-star reviews, right? Mostly, I just eye-roll these and let them go.
For the most part, the fan response has been great, and the feedback from my publishers has been wonderful. That, above all else, speaks for itself. Back in the rat-race in April next year! Helps to have a PhD wife and a year career in medical science. The publisher said it reminded him of a Dan Brown novel if he had written urban fantasy.
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Pretty high praise! My tie-in work is primarily game-related, so the best part is getting to play in these wonderful worlds that really brilliant people have created. Also, the fans are pretty awesome. Going to game conventions, hanging out and playing with my own tribe, is pretty cool.
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