Well, it’s been awhile, but I finally have a decent update on my book Thundar the Mighty. As you may or may not remember, Thundar the Mighty is book 1 in a children’s chapter book series I’m working on called the R.U.M.P Chronicles.
For those who don’t remember, Thundar is a young barbarian king of Astoria. He became king at the young age of eleven. As he grew as a child-king, he defended the land through many tribulations, such as war, droughts, and even an old, treacherous witch, hungry for power. Facing so much turmoil, from such a young age seemed to take its toll; Thundar developed multiple personalities. One day, he could be Thundar the Mighty, great king of Astoria, then he could wake the next day as Thundar the Arachnophobic and be deathly afraid of spiders.
Oh yeah, the update…My publisher, Nevermore Press, has the new release date set at July 1st, but we’re hoping to have it done sooner than that. We’ll see. The biggest obstacle before us, at this point, is the illustrations. Those are well under way. Here’s a few rough sketches of character development that the illustrator, Brandon Waltman, recently sent me. Time to get excited!