Dragonriders of Pern news from Dragonchoice
All the latest Dragonriders of Pern news from us here at the Dragonchoice project. We’re keeping an eye on the latest efforts being made towards a Dragonriders movie, plus we’ll be posting news about the release of Dragonchoice 3, the third and last novel in the Dragonchoice trilogy.
…and it’s like déjà vu all over again… Didn’t we just report more mutterings about a Dragonriders of Pern movie like…no more than two or three years ago? (Here in fact.) And there’s been no further news on that…a bit like the lack of further news on Dragonchoice 3, but I digress… So the Eye […]
Dragonchoice 3 passes the 200,000 word mark. I know. I’m really sorry.
Dragnchoice and Dragonchoice 2 are now available to download in ebook format for your Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo and so on.
It’s not the biggest secret, especially if you’re one of my Facebook friends, but Dragonchoice 3 (:no official tagline yet) IS officially coming soon. I’m over 70,000 words in, and since that’s the approximate wordcount of the original Dragonchoice, I think I can safely say that I have a story on my hands. It’s not finished, and it won’t be for a bit, but I’ve been sitting on this news long enough. Mostly out of terror that announcing it will result in monumental writer’s block.
Typing this just a short while after the news came through – first on Twitter, then Facebook – that Anne McCaffrey has passed away of a stroke at the age of 85.
It’s cool to be a fan of George R R Martin at the moment, so I’m jumping on that bandwagon with the chapter naming convention for Dragonchoice 3. Which I am writing. S-l-o-w-l-y.
I’ve been writing Pern fan fiction for a long time. I’ve just realised why it sometimes feels so oddly unfulfilling.
So a while ago, when I didn’t feel like embarking on the full-scale nightmare that is Dragonchoice 3, but wanted to do something fanficcy, I wrote a short first-person story about how L’stev became Weyrlingmaster at Madellon.
They’re doing a film adaptation of Dragonflight! No, really this time! Honest! They have a screenwriter and a producer and everything!
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