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    • Thank you, Jim. The surest way to find out would be to subscribe to email notification of new blog posts on the home page of this site. I will definitely post there as soon as the book is released.


    • Thanks for the link to that story. Utterly ridiculous bureaucratic BS! It’s a shame some pilot won’t donate his or her time in exchange for the adventure of sailing on the ship.

  1. Hey Judson.
    Just finished Hafdan 3.
    really enjoying the series, I like he fact Audible add Historical notes that they miss with the Cornwell novels.
    Many thanks

    • Thanks. It’s actually something that’s up to the author and publisher–Audible just puts out the audio book they create.

    • It’s still locked away in the recesses of my mind. I wrote the initial portion back in 2008-2009, while I was waiting to get the rights to The Strongbow Saga back from HarperCollins. I put it on hold once that happened in 2010, and have never gotten back to it. I briefly thought I might finish it last year, but decided it made more sense to write book 5 and finish Halfdan’s story first. Once that’s done, the Beast will finally be completed.

  2. Hi! I am depressed that Halfdan’s journey to find his sister is stilled holed up in your computer/mind!!! Can we all come help work the farm while you lock away for a month or so and get book 5 done??!! I am loving this series and have had sleepless nights deep in Denmark. Now I have to crash back to Earth and get some work done here in rainy Arkansas! Boo!
    Kidding aside- like Cornwell and Harfly, Long and a few others (I can’t remember because I am so tired) your books are a suspension in time, weaving the net around the reader-zooming us back before all this crap we live with now has made us weak and dependant on stuff like deodorant! ( Thank God we have it- those folks were certainly “ripe”!!!)
    I love the simplicity of the days, the battles so gory and personal, and the comrades that worked, raided, and drank barrels of ale together that you guys so eloquently have written, researched and probably lost countless nights of sleep yourselves over!
    Now-for real-please get on it!!!
    Many claps and cheers for your books
    EC Williams

    • Yes! Please come work on our farm! I promise I’ll write while you do!

      Thanks so much for writing. The good news is that our garden is finally almost fully planted now, so I should be able to have some free time here and there very soon. I miss Halfdan and his world, too!