‘Revisiting “The Palace”‘ (2016)

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I hope you don’t mind me indulging in a small commercial for my books. The Palace is No. 6 in my Bell Mountain series, and few people know it exists. Everyone who’s read it, and reviewed it on amazon.com, has given it 5 Stars.

Revisiting ‘The Palace’

It does seem unlikely, with today’s temperature flirting with the single digits and our mudscape frozen solid (it hasn’t snowed here yet, just that one little snowstorm before ‘Thanksgiving); but before you know it, it’ll be spring again. For me, that’ll be time to start another book–always provided the Lord gives me a story to tell.

I like the thought of being able to sit down, instead of pacing up and down the sidewalk to keep warm, enjoy my cigar without gale winds trying to use it up in just five minutes, opening my legal pad and getting down to business–finding out what’s been happening in Obann. I left a few rather big and touchy things up for grabs in the last chapter of No. 12, His Mercy Endureth Forever. I wonder how they turned out!

Anyway, for the time being, if you haven’t read The Palace yet, give it a whirl. It’s cheaper than a movie, you get to keep it when you’re done reading, and you don’t have to worry about helping any Far Left Crazy Hollywood types get any richer. Follow Ryons and Cavall as they hunt the White Doe, and Helki as he launches the Battle of the Brickbats.

7 comments on “‘Revisiting “The Palace”‘ (2016)

  1. “The Palace” was a 5-Star one, that’s for sure. I wish more explanation went into how the Thunder King’s fortress was destroyed by God (that Thunder King has some pretty awesome weapons of mass destruction).

    1. Revisit the scene, and you’ll figure it out. I didn’t want to go into too much detail: it would have slowed the pace of the story.

    2. I wouldn’t like to think I’d made it obscure. But the reader only gets to see what Ryons and Gurun see. It wouldn’t be proper, artistically, to go beyond that.

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