The Monk’s Curse – now in print!

It has been almost eight months since my last post – this was despite promises of frequent activity and weekly behind the scenes of The Monk’s Curse.

I think I can be forgiven as I have managed to get The Monk’s Curse out in print. Here is the trailer of The Monk’s Curse – by far the jewel of my writings so far!

Get The Monk’s Curse in print now

Now I will not be so silly as to make promises of consistency when my nature is inconsistent. Logically, I also think it is ridiculous to expect consistency of myself – what with the new tasks I have taken on. Tasks which mean that my work on an upcoming biography (not for publication) and my long desire fantasy, have been delayed.

That is not to say that things have not been exciting. That is, for me. I have started studying law, politics, French, and international relations at the University of Witwatersrand where I previously studied medicine. I mention this because it ties in crucially to my works. I have previously written political pieces, now, not without consequence. I am also very excited to study French. I wrote a post on learning Esperanto. While I did not complete that commitment either, like I posited in the post, it is indeed helping me learn French!

There isn’t much else to say besides that the sequel to The Monk’s Curse, which is tentatively called The Historian’s Folly, is in the works. And if I may so bold so as to be brutally honest, it is currently a piece of bullshit. Let me hope that my inconsistency in delivering magically redeems this sequel.