Choices Meant for Authors: Sandy Lender

The sequel to Naples resident Sandy Lender’s 2007 fantasy novel “Choices Meant for Gods” was a long time coming. Now, to the great satisfaction of her fans, the long-awaited “Choices Meant for Kings” is available. Like the first title, it is from ArcheBooks Publishing.

Why the wait? Well, not because of any writer’s block on Sandy Lender’s part. Writer’s block is something this committed author has never experienced and doesn’t understand. LenderKingsCover

Most of “Choices Meant for Kings” was already completed when “Choices Meant for Gods” appeared. However, she says, ArcheBooks “had hiccups with the production schedule,” and many other titles were slated for production ahead of hers.

Ms. Lender originally conceived of a two-part series, but when she presented Archebooks with a 270,000-word manuscript, some rethinking was necessary. The cutting process required to make  “Gods” an affordable project left material available to be relocated in “Kings.” What was intended as a two-part series has now become a trilogy in order to distribute effectively all the material Ms. Lender created to explore the doings in the land of Onweald.

To enjoy the rest of this article, as it appears in the Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 2009 issue of the Naples Florida Weekly, Click here: Florida Weekly – Sandy Lender.

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One response to “Choices Meant for Authors: Sandy Lender

  1. Delightful, Phil. The signing Saturday was a wild success and I’m looking forward to tons more of the marketing we talk about in the article. I’m off to tell the world the article will be up on the 12th.
    Thank you for your kind words and the work you put into this.
    Sandy Lender
    “Some days, you just want the dragon to win.”

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