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  • Finding the Way
    (Found some unposted blogs from last year’s hikes!) On some of my mountain climbs, there isn’t always an obvious trail. The way is marked with cairns, piles of stones that tell hikers they are on the right track. The problem is that not all those who build cairns know where they’re going. You can be easily led astray. My hardest hike of the year, circling the beautiful but rugged “Halo Ridge” in the Holy Cross Wilderness, was a 15-mile hike that carried me over four separate 13,000-ft peaks. In order to descend, I had to take a straight shot down off the ridge to a pair of mountain lakes more than a thousand feet below. I had to ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-16
  • TALES OF DUNE just released
    Brian Herbert and I are pleased to announce the release of TALES OF DUNE, the expanded edition that collects all of our published Dune short stories, ranging from “Hunting Harkonnens,” the earliest chronological tale in the Dune timeline all the way to “Treasure in the Sand,” which takes place at the very end of the long Dune history. CONTENTS: The Butlerian Jihad time period •  Hunting Harkonnens •  Whipping Mek •  The Faces of a Martyr •  Red Plague The Dune time period •  Wedding Silk •  A Whisper of Caladan Seas After the Scattering •  Sea Child •  Treasure in the Sand Available in trade paperback and all eBook formats.  A hardcover edition is forthcoming the next couple of weeks. ... read more
    Published on 2017-07-10


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