The Whisper of Damkina Part Sixty Six

October 10th, 2018  |  Published in Whisper of Damkina  |  2 Comments

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A/N: Now that the site is back I will be updating Whisper every Wednesday!

 

“We got a reply to Merit’s report already. The council is very concerned by his theory,” Niobe told them the next day. “They say they are contacting the Talis and Corona computers for more data but I think they are pretty much convinced.”

“I’m not surprised.” Amanpreet leaned back in the captain’s chair and nodded. “It makes a great deal of sense.” She sighed heavily. “Why do they have to be related to us?” Read the rest of this entry »

Potential Audio Serial – Lawgiver’s Blade

October 9th, 2018  |  Published in Lawgiver's Blade  |  4 Comments

Hi Peeps!

I’ll be posting the next installment of Whisper on Wednesday and weekly from then on, but today I want to present something else for your consideration.

Lawgiver’s Blade is a story I’ve been working on for some time and I wanted to share it with you in a slightly different format. So here I am reading the first part. If people like it I will try and make it a weekly event every Monday (so I can do the recording over the weekend). Read the rest of this entry »

Lord of the Wolves Epilogue

October 6th, 2018  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles  |  2 Comments

Start | LoTW Chapter Thirty | Index | Book 3 coming soon

 

Maddan was dead…

Gwen wrapped herself in a glamour of invisibility and limped through the corridors that she had ruled only hours before.

The thrice damned Court of Hours held the palace now and their Rebel Court allies stalked around as if they owned it. If that alone had been the outcome of the day it would merely have made her lip curl at the upstarts’ impudence. She could have taken it back and punished them easily enough once she rallied her loyalists, after all. Read the rest of this entry »

Lord of the Wolves Chapter Thirty

October 4th, 2018  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Twenty-Nine | Index | LoTW Epilogue

Anna hung back watching as the others crowded around Maddan as he admired the pool. She was feeling uneasy, a cold leaden weight creeping into her stomack and freezing her blood, and much as she felt gut wrenching pity for the Winter King she found herself wanting to yell at everyone to get on with why they were there.

A cool touch on her forearm made her look around to see her mother’s ghost looking at her with a tilted head.

“Something wrong, sweetie?” she asked. “I know that look. I wore it often enough myself.” Read the rest of this entry »

Becka gets featured in a Podcast!

September 26th, 2018  |  Published in News  |  2 Comments

The Cultural Quarter of an Hour is a Podcast about my local area and this week it features me talking about Haventon Born and my writing process.

Why not have a listen?

Be warned I have a very nasally voice.

And we’re back

September 25th, 2018  |  Published in News

Sorry about the outage. This post will explain what happened and give a schedule for me starting to post again,

So What happened?

Earlier this year I realised that even though I now have a permanent job I could not afford to pay this years hosting fees. I had a bit of a panic trying to find a solution when a friend offered to host it for me on her server. So I downloaded a complete backup from the old host and sent it across.

Unfortunately the move did not go smoothly as hoped and it’s taken until today to finally iron out the last of the problems (something weird with the SSL cert – and hey we have an SSL cert now :-D) so we’re finally up and running again.

So everyone say thanks to Woozle for her help.

So will you be posting again now?

Yup! I will finish posting Lord of the Wolves over the next couple of weeks as it is all written and then start updating Whisper weekly again.

Can we help?

Yes! In October I will be editing LotW so come November I will be looking for beta readers to do some error spotting before I try to figure out how I am affording a cover artist when I am living month to month. So you can either help out by volunteering for the beta read or if you have some moolah and aren’t completely miffed with how scratty things have been for a while you can contribute to my cover fund on my ko-fi.

So that’s all for now. Watch out for a couple more posts in the next few days including me guesting on local podcast and the next LotW post.

The Whisper of Damkina Part Sixty Five

April 22nd, 2018  |  Published in Whisper of Damkina  |  6 Comments

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A/N: Sorry about the delay on the last couple of chapters of Lord of the Wolves. Have a chapter of Whisper to make up for it.

 

When Mark finished his stint in the dome Prima immediately ambushed him with her request for navigation training. Amanpreet smothered a grin with her hand as the small Talosian actually bounced around him while making her request. Mark watched Prima’s antics for a moment with a bemused expression.

“You want to learn to navigate?” he asked. “That’s not a quick thing to learn, Queen Prima.” Read the rest of this entry »

LoTW unexpected hiatus update

April 21st, 2018  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles, News

Hi Peeps!

Sorry I haven’t posted for the last couple of weeks. Nothing is wrong except the that I am not happy with Chapter 30 yet and am rewriting it. Tomorrow I am going to post a chapter of Whisper that I almost have ready so I am not leaving you with nothing to read.

Sorry for the delay,

Becka

Lord of the Wolves Chapter Twenty-Nine

April 1st, 2018  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles

Start | LoTW Chapter Twenty-Eight | Index | LoTW Chapter Thirty

A/N: Happy Easter, peeps! Sorry this is late. I kinda lost track of the days.

What Cheryl had referred to as the Winter Garden turned out to be just that. A large courtyard filled with all kinds of winter flowering plants in spite of the fact that the walls were made of shining blue ice and it was cold enough to freeze the fountain at the heart of the frost rimed lawn in full spate. The entire garden, it seemed, was a tribute to the beauty that could be found in winter.

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Lord of the Wolves Chapter Twenty-Eight

March 24th, 2018  |  Published in Haventon Chronicles  |  1 Comment

Start | LoTW Chapter Twenty-Seven | Index | LoTW Chapter Twenty Nine

In spite of the many dealings he’d had with Mistwalkers over his three centuries of life Michael had never actually been in the mists before. And even though he was terrified for Laurel he couldn’t help looking around in fascination as they rode on fairy horses towards the Summer Palace.

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