Random Update

So now we have two Azure Flames, and the third one is being made. No idea on when it’ll be done.

As for Bedlam, it’s currently sitting at about 42k words. I’m writing it at a steady pace, with no real bursts. For now, it works. I still expect it to end up shorter than Ascent, but there’s no way to be sure until it’s done.

After I send Bedlam to my editor, I will most likely write the conclusive part of the Azure Flame series. This seems to be the year of endings.

When that is all done (and after I publish Bedlam) I will most likely take a break of sorts. To help clear my head and prepare for the next great battle. At the start of 2018. I must hit the ground running.

That’s it for now. Stay awesome.
M. T. Miller


Updates And More Fan Art

I have failed to contain my social life and it has consumed most of last week. I did write something, but I am still behind schedule.

Azure Flame: Zenith is finally being put into digital form, so that’s nice.

Not much else to say, really. There’s this nice little piece of fan art (by SadicStar of course) that can best be described as “Steampunk Gender-flipped Nameless.” Have a look:

steampunk, goth girl, nameless chronicle, corset, shotgun, green eyes, black hair, trench coat, platforms

Implications unpleasant.

That’s it for today. Stay awesome.
M. T. Miller

Paperbacks Are Here!

They look great! And since one can’t call oneself an author without taking a selfie with their books, here’s my contribution to the world:

M. T. Miller, Risen, Ascent, A Strange Chemistry, Strife, Nameless, Brutal, Zombies

The jacket is 100% necessary

All should become available in the store within a week or so. Or sooner. It’s now in the immaterial hands of the Amazon system.

Those who want to see them without any intrusion from me or my monitor should look no further:

M. T. Miller, Risen, Ascent, A Strange Chemistry, Strife, Nameless, Brutal, Zombies

I am more than a little pleased that unlike Risen, the rest didn’t need any tweaks to look good. Or decent.

In other news, Bedlam is moving forward. Slowly. I wish I could make it go faster, but I can’t. I’m focusing on quality and that’s that.

Stay awesome.
M. T. Miller

Paperback Issues

Seems that the paperbacks have either been lost in transit or severely delayed. I am working on fixing this.

Otherwise all is well, but too much social life has messed with my productivity. Yet another thing I need to fix.

I’ve started working on Bedlam, but only at a snail’s pace. Maybe I’ll be able to speed it up, maybe not. I’ve only got one shot at ending this series. Might as well make it count. More on that at some other time.

I’m still undecided on what I will tackle after the Nameless Chronicle. I’m considering Fantasy, SF, even Steampunk. Ideas and characters are swirling in my head, and while I like most of them, only some are likely to ever see the light of day.

What to keep and what to cut away? Decisions, decisions.

Stay awesome.
M. T. Miller

Bedlam Has Been Plotted Out

I expect it to be about as long as Ascent. I’ve made some minor changes to the plot due to how the previous books have been merged. I think the story will turn out better this way.

Tomorrow’s a Monday. Maybe the paperbacks will arrive. Hopefully I won’t have to tweak the covers too much. Or at all.

Overall, things are going well and I am almost ready to start writing.

Stay awesome.
M. T. Miller

More Fan Art!

The paperbacks still haven’t arrived, which is annoying.

On an infinitely more positive note, the lovely SadicStar has made yet another piece of fan art. This time, we are looking at her vision of the Nameless:


Who knows, maybe at some point I’ll have the whole cast. Heh.

As for other things, I am plotting out the next book. I hope to have the story-skeleton done within a week or so. I’ve finished the third Azure Flame thing, and it is now being test-read. No idea on when it (or the second one for that matter) will see the light of day. Hopefully sooner rather than later.

Stay awesome.
M. T. Miller