Author Archives: bensdobson

About bensdobson

I'm a fantasy author and an all around swell guy.

Scriber Paperback is done!

Finally, after much trial and tribulation, the paperback version of Scriber is ready! Anyone who’s interested can grab it on Createspace, or on Amazon! Exciting stuff, I think.  I’d say more, but I am on my way out the door … Continue reading

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Still Alive and Working

I know, I’m terrible at regular news updates.  Sorry! Anyway, I’m still plugging away at the next book, but it’s slower going than I expected, so I don’t have much to say there.  Still on track to be done this … Continue reading

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Guest post by Ty Johnston

So, today we have something very special:  a guest post by author Ty Johnston!  Special both because he’s written some interesting novels (I can personally vouch for City of Rogues–haven’t read the others yet, but I enjoyed that one), and … Continue reading

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I should really post more

Been a long time since I posted anything–Christmas distracted me and then I was sick for a while.  Sorry! I had been kind of waiting, too, because I hoped to announce when the paperback version of Scriber was up and … Continue reading

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Writing is Hard

I’ve been struggling with a certain bit of plot in the Swampling King for a while, so I haven’t posted much in the way of update on that, but I think I’ve finally got it worked out.  Without spoiling anything, … Continue reading

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Amazing Review at Adarna SF

Scriber just got reviewed at Adarna SF–5/5 stars!  They don’t give too many of those out, I’m absolutely thrilled!  And I’m in good company.  The last 5 star book, just before mine, was Joseph Garraty’s Voice, which was a fabulous … Continue reading

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The Windwalkers and the Deeplings

Time for a bit more of the mythology of my upcoming trilogy. After the Sky God created the world and humanity, the deep places in the Earth were still corrupt and unclean, and foul creatures grew there.  Some had the … Continue reading

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