Thursday, September 30, 2010

Codex Alera

Sunday I finished the last book of the Codex Alera. I already blogged about this series, and I just wanted to add that the last two books were absolutely fantastic. Perhaps more than anything I'm excited because Butcher did so well with the ending of this series, and that makes me really excited to see where the Dresden Files ends up. I can't wait, and for all of you who love fantasy, either epic or urban, Jim Butcher is your man. Side Jobs, the compilation of his short stories centered in Dresden's universe, will be available on November 11th, and might be a good way for you to acquaint yourselves with his writing if you are not already familiar with it.

In other news, I submitted the short story that I've been working on to the Monsters and Mormons anthology, so here's hoping that it pans out. If not, I'm not too worried, I'll just keep plugging away at it. I've got a new project on the fires, and I'm starting it tomorrow. That means that I'll be posting chapters from it soon. Check back soon.

Thanks for reading, it's late, and I have to get up early. That's all I've got for now, and I promise that I'll have a more coherent blog post on Sunday. Goodnight!


  1. Did you do these on audio or on the Nook? I'm thinking about getting them but I want to know which format you're reviewing.

  2. I read books 3,4,5, and 6 on the nook. Before that, I was forced to read the analog versions. Haven't listened to the audio, but the Dresden Files are good on audio.