What an adventure this year has been, between the release of 'Beyond Event Horizon' in March and 'The Sage and The Watch' a few weeks ago, this process has certainly taught me a few things. To see a bounded version of my second work can be expressed in a few words: relief, excitement, and pressure. Relief and excitement are, of course, natural progressions an author should feel when a work sees life, but pressure, why pressure? It has nothing to do with sales or ratings, but
A round and unforgiving man, pronounced by heavy features - rough and unkempt even with standard Potemkixian grooming - bore an expression all dull and detestable, having been raised in the strict Potemkixian regime. He stood there with ladle in one hairy hand. His folded arms tightened when his large disapproving eyes caught sight of the three lagging cabin mates entering. A prominent and typical sneer stretched across his callous face, distorting him more unrefined than his
Breaking from his bonding with Tilly, Phineus Morely glanced toward the inquisitor.
“It is the Air Loom.”
“The Air Loom?”
“Yes, it is my very own creation.”
“How does it work?”
“Simply put, it creates a magnetic field to counter the gravitational forces rendered on us.”
Potemkin glanced out, thinking about feasibility, yet fell short.
“And just how much power do the magnets require right now should we remain here at the edge?”
“What about there, be