Category Archives: The Pride of Lions

So Where Do We Stand, Lennon?

Well, if you’re willing to exclude quantitive measurements of progress, I can honestly say that I am making “progress” with Crown, 2nd Edition.  It’s a messy business, really.  I switch between the last electronic version, the paper copy I’ve marked up, and the new document I’ve started as part of my editing process.  Where does […]

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The Admitted Slacker Speaks

Well, it’s been some time since my last post.  As a rule, I try to write one a month, but the past few months have been particularly tumultuous, and I’m just now coming out of “hiding.”

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Good News…and Not-So-Good News…

So, the good news is that I am wholly focusing on my last round of edits and rewrites to Rose.  As usual, it’s gone slower than I might like, but I feel like the time and quality have been above par.  I am both happy and unhappy with my progress.  This is due in no […]

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Thoughts from the Cutting Room Floor

Well, after a lengthy hiatus and a birthday, I’m back in action. I suppose it wasn’t really much of a hiatus—I’ve continued to tinker with Pride the entire time.

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Slow Progress is Better than No Progress

I’ve always believed that everyone has some amount of creative energy to burn: some more than others.  No matter of how much of it you have though, it’s a finite quantity.  And, when you hit a wall, sometimes you switch to creative energy to get you by, even if what you’re doing isn’t creative.

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  • About the Author

    T.M. Lennon currently lives in North Carolina. His passion for science-fiction and fantasy was influenced by Star Wars in 1977 and The Lord of the Rings novels, which he read at an early age. He created the world of Eörlond in his teens for a fantasy role-playing game, and it has grown ever since.

    The one-time a soldier, systems engineer, and software developer, now adds author to his list of credentials. He continues to work during the day as an information technology consultant, but spends his precious little free time evolving the land of Eörlond and its inhabitants in front of his trusty laptop.