Shards of Heaven Glossary and Next Project Decisions

So I decided, somewhere on the long trip out West, that Shards of Heaven needed a glossary. Nothing on a Tolkien scale, mind you, but at least a basic historical who’s who, since the majority of the novel’s characters — even bit players — are based on real people.

The glossary, I’m pleased to say, is complete.

While I’m tempted now to immerse myself in Gate of Hell, the sequel to Shards — yes, some significant work was done on it while I was away — I’m finding myself more interested in two other novel projects: one the heavy revision of a completed fantasy novel and one the significant expansion of my award-winning science fiction story, “The Keeper Alone.”

Which one will I settle into, I wonder?


  1. I vote for the SF novel, but only if you send me chapters as you complete them. 🙂

  2. You surprise me, Cathy. Figured you’d have an angelic vote, for sure. That said, the SF novel is the one I’d been working on more and more.

  3. I’m glad you’re writing fiction, period, Mike, and I’m delighted to read anything you write. However, I’ve always been a fan of true SF, even the hard, super-sciency SF.

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