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Friday, February 17, 2012

Farewell, Thagoth

I've finally received acknowledgement from Random House that I wish them to stop offering Thagoth for sale. I will not miss seeing my name mis-capitalized, nor will I miss the dreadful hash they made of the NCX file (the programming bit that lets you jump to different sections of the book).

Now, with the benefit of eight years of additional wisdom (ha!), I'll give it a nice edit and re-release it as the full version of The Thief who Spat in Luck's Good Eye. 


For those kind visitors who have read Thagoth, I have a question: Is there anything you'd like to see changed in the revised edition? The comments section is open, or you can email me at mcclungmike [at] yahoo [dot] com if you want to avoid potential spoilers.

3 comments:

Anthony said...

I liked the pace, the characterization was well done (it was great to see a female lead written by a guy that was not reminiscent of a 14yr old boy playing D&D. The plot developed nicely and the imagery led me to see the pictures your words painted.

If you plan to write more in this series at some point you will have to produce a map (since all the best fantasy books have a map of the world) ~grin~

I am just really happy to see it back in your hands. :-)

expat@large said...

Don't you dare put in a map. I rarely disagree with Anthony, but this time... Umm, OK put a map in.

Michael McClung said...

know any cartographers? :D