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Re: What are you currently reading? I just finished The Infernal Battalion by Django Wexler. Overall, I thought it was a satisfying conclusion to the series, and it left me in a good mood.
March 04, 2019, 01:15:27 AM
Re: How much did you write today? I've had two straight good days of writing now. I'm trying not to focus on the word counts, as I said in my previous posts.
March 09, 2019, 02:14:32 AM
World in Chains: The Complete Series The box set of my first series is on sale for $2.99 instead of the usual $9.99 this week. If you've been looking for the right time to jump in, this is it. You can also read the entire series for free with Kindle Unlimited. If you enjoy classic adventure fantasy with a few modern twists, you should enjoy these books.

March 12, 2019, 04:23:20 PM
Re: World in Chains: The Complete Series on sale for $2.99 through 3/18.
Congrats, Ryan. The boxed set is an exciting accomplishment.

Thanks. It is quite nice to see that box set and know the series is complete. It's even better to know that some people appear to have read the entire thing. I didn't get many borrows, but I got enough pages that it looked like someone read the entire series.

When you're a small fish, you savor even the smallest victories.

March 14, 2019, 02:42:56 AM
Re: What are you currently reading? Right now, I'm continuing my indie fantasy binge.

I'm currently reading:

Storm Glass by Jeff Wheeler. It feels very much like more of a children's story (with two 12-year-old main characters), but I'm enjoying it.

Trial of Stone by Andy Peloquin. Gives me some Brent Weeks vibes, and that's definitely a good thing.

The Silver Sorceress by Alec Hutson. This is the sequel to the excellent first book, The Crimson Queen.

City of Light by Will Wight. It's the final book in the Traveler's Gate trilogy, which is a lot of fun.

March 14, 2019, 11:04:10 PM
Re: How much did you write today? I need to finish the book I'm writing and then take a little time to write a short story for an anthology. I'm so excited that I was asked to be a part of an anthology with quite a few talented authors in it. Even better, I have an idea that really fits well with the theme of the anthology.
March 15, 2019, 05:13:16 AM
Empire of Chains FREE 4/8 to 4/12 Just thought I'd pop in here to let everyone know that I'm running a free promotion on Empire of Chains through Friday. If you're looking for some classic quest fantasy, but with a few modern twists, I hope you'll give it a chance.

The good news is that the rest of the series is complete, so you won't have to wait to read the rest if you enjoy it.

April 08, 2019, 04:26:10 PM
Re: February 2020 club book pick: Empire of Chains by Ryan Mueller Now I'm terrified.

I am planning on doing a free promotion later this month. I'll keep everyone posted on the dates.

January 05, 2020, 06:06:21 PM
Re: February 2020 club book pick: Empire of Chains by Ryan Mueller Just dropping in to let everyone know that Empire of Chains will be free from the 27th through the 31st.
January 19, 2020, 05:37:29 PM
Re: Empire of Chains:Chapter 50-Chapter 62 LAST 20% Thanks to everyone for reading it. I was a bit nervous about having people discuss it, but it wasn't too bad.

I'd like to think I've improved on a lot of the issues people had with it. If I wrote the book now, I would probably make a lot of different decisions. It's crazy to think that it's been almost six years since I wrote this book.


Warrick, Berig, and Tylen were all some of my favorite characters to write, and it's not too much of a spoiler to say that I take their stories in some unexpected directions in the next three books.

@Lu Kudzoza

I'm glad you enjoyed it. I do definitely try for more utilitarian prose like Sanderson, and once again, I'd like to think I've gotten better with connecting the action scenes to plot and character development as I've grown as a writer. They are my favorite to write, and sometimes it's all too easy to get carried away.

February 11, 2020, 12:15:49 AM