Monthly Archives: April 2012
At last some decent progress! Wrote about Port Royale in its wild heyday in the late 17th century as the pirate capital of the world, and have much fun with it as Cargrave and his friends find uses for their … Continue reading
Yesterday was at least somewhat less fraught with distractions than Tuesday. I’ve made some important progress. Four thousand words and a key sea battle complete, and now the buccaneers are on their way to the wickedest city on earth. No, … Continue reading
Today was a spectacular carnival of interruptions, none of which are relevant here, but I still managed to get 3200 words written. Yarr!
8500 words today. A good start, but not as much as I’d hoped. I hope to finish Jamaica Rum at around 60,000 words, and my goal is to see how quickly I can do so, and still write a good … Continue reading
Outlining is done, concept sketch for the cover is done. Champing at the bit to get writing. Here we go!
This weekend I’m wrapping up outlining and prep work for Jamaica Rum, my upcoming pirate historical fantasy! Be ready for rum, wenches, sea battles, duels, and a rollicking good time! In 1674, the hero, Diego Cargrave, is half-English, half-Spanish, and … Continue reading
From author Rob Ryland: How Will Publishing Evolve?
Alien Empire, my first novel, is now published and available for sale on Amazon.com:
Blood and Bronze is complete, edited, and published on Amazon.com:
The first draft of my new project – the gritty fantasy novel Blood on Bronze, is complete. More details, and a sample chapter, will follow this week.