Sorry everyone, I have hit a few problems and my books are running late(r) than I or, I imagine, any of you wanted. I should start posting snippets from the next 3 Mongrelverse books again next week. These are Through the Veil, book one of Good Deeds and Bad Company, Mongrel’s Tooth and Consequences, Book 2 of Breed Matters, and Forsaken Motherhood, Book 2 of Cursed Mother.
As to the delays? Well, let’s just say that life can bowl you a wrong’un, a flipper and a slider. Sometimes it seems to have the bowlers line up in a convey too, dammit. ( sorry, Cricket terms here, but I am Aussie, so it seemed right. Hmm. American terms… A Pitching machine throwing you a stream of curveballs maybe?)
In the meantime here are a couple of books to help tide you over… In a setting I should be contributing something to by the end of July, if not earlier.
Without further ado, welcome to the Badger Hole Bar, They can be found through this link
Book 1: Through the Badger Hole
Desolation and grief can leave you floating, unable to find a new shape to your existence.
Who knew that it was possible to be shocked out of the morass of sorrow by a well-timed push?!
Madrik was reeling from the loss of his family and unable to find his way into the new reality. Then something happened that sent him further than he ever thought to travel. A new life, in a new dimension!
This is a place where problems are solved, and life is continually changing. Come in, put your feet up, and join the crew that Madrik is collecting in this shared universe.
Be amused and challenged, touched and enthralled.
Welcome to the Badger Hole Bar!
Book 2: Grand Opening
Chaos and confusion. The tidal wave of tension before release.
The Badger Hole Bar is having its Grand Opening. Madrik and his new team have been frantic. Trying to get everything ready in time is hard enough, but there are problems.
Of course, it might help if the BHB would stop rearranging the architecture, or no new emergencies came up. Since that would be an impossible situation, they will just have to do what they can and leave the rest to fate, luck, or whatever.
That just leaves one main worry…
What if no one comes?