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The Lake Page 4

September 6th, 2017

The Lake Page 4

Snow remembers the figure floating in the water. Do you? If not, read about him starting here. He certainly remembers Snow.  To see a face that screams “J’accuse…!”, please vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics!

I’m also pleased to announce that the Mythmakers Team has launching a Patreon page! I’ve been putting this together over the summer and we have some treats for everyone in there. Join today and you’ll be able to see the entirety of Chapter 16 take shape as Julie is working on the thumbnails now. Come help us make a wonderful story and get lots of behind the scenes access!

Please give some safe thoughts for Amanda, our artist. She lives in south Florida which is being targeted by Hurricane “Vengeance of a Greek God” Irma. We’re hoping it doesn’t affect the posting schedule, but if she loses power for a month or the entire southern half of Florida is blown away….


Chapter 14 Page 22

January 16th, 2017

Chapter 14 Page 22

Guess who’s got two thumbs and all his organs? This guy! If you’ve been following on social media, then you know recent events with me. If not, here’s the summary. What the doctors thought was a cancerous tumor was actually a high-grade, severe dysplasia (I think I have all the words right). It’s the last step cells make before they become cancerous. This one was caused by a gallstone wedged into my bile duct that was causing chronic inflammation. The surgery was necessary to remove it. When they pulled it out, they got a positive margin and when they tested the removed tissue, it was non-cancerous.

So right now, the doctors don’t believe I have cancer. Instead, I was just about to have cancer. So instead of Stage 1, I was Stage… 0.5? For the immediate future, that means I don’t have to have a Whipple procedure and can keep all my organs (Hurray!). The tumor is off for a full pathology. If the tumor has cancerous cells, then I’m doing chemo. If that comes back as clear, I will not need chemo. They are going to want to scan me for a couple years to make sure this doesn’t come back.

This is better news than the best case scenario I could have hoped for. I’m back home now and happy to be here. This also means that I can start working on the next chapter. Thank you for all the love and support! It really means a lot to me. I continue to be one of the luckiest people I know.

This means the hiatus is over. I’ll be postingit’s Map Time when you vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.


Chapter 14 Page 1

October 12th, 2016

Chapter 14 Page 1

Who is that? Where is she? What is she doing? Some of you may recognize her. The answers await inside Chapter 14 Revelations and a Nocturne.

Something else will be playing a staring role this chapter. You can see what that is when you vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.


Almanac – Sachem

September 17th, 2015

This weeks Almanac entry is the Sachem. They are the war, trade, and diplomacy leaders of the Liranequois, but they are no kings. Power is shared along kinlines among the Liranequois and their government requires broad consensus. This is both a strength and a weakness. The Fox Clan of Kahne’aké chose Defiant Elk as sachem. Read into that what you will.

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Chapter 11 Page 18

September 1st, 2015

Mathilde visits Jacqueline on the upper gallery on Chapter 11 Page 18. The two seem to be forming a tentative alliance. Hopefully, their relationship will be healthier than Jassart and Vivienne’s.

We’re back to Blaise on Monday. To see what is the focus of his scene, please vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.


More bad news for Vivienne on page 7 of Engagement on Vineyard Hill. Reinforcements are on the way. Vivienne and the cavaliers have a limited window to destroy the battery. Time is fleeting, Viv, and you don’t know the Time Warp. To see a preview of Wednesday’s page, please vote for Snow by Night on Top Web Comics.



Almanac – Candelle Hills

September 11th, 2014

The Candelle Hills are a rugged group of hills in the wilderness of northern Everique. They form the border between Aradie and the Liranequois Nation. Learn about them in today’s Almanac.

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Meetings and Partings

June 26th, 2014

Hello everyone. It’s Eric. I have some news regarding my family and Snow by Night.

On January 15, my wife and I met Elise Rose — our second daughter. She was born with a congenital heart defect. The valves of her heart were not formed right, leaving her with effectively a two-chambered heart instead of four.

Elise spent the first two months of her life in the neonatal ICU. When she stabilized in March, she came home with us for a brief eight weeks. Her broken heart kept her from doing much more than eating and sleeping. But she was a sweet thing who loved cuddles. She looked up at you with big eyes and made adorable cooing noises.

Elise had her heart surgery on June 9. The doctors reattached the valves of her heart so that it would pump properly. She came through the operation well. Over the next week, she came off all the wires, tubes, and supports. After ten days, the doctors sent her home a second time. She was on the mend and growing stronger and louder with every day. She held a rattle for the first time. I was proud of my little Rosebud who had made it through so much.

On this past Tuesday, Elise took a turn for the worse. She had been fussy all day, but when her breathing started to become labored in the evening, we took her to the hospital. There, her condition quickly worsened. Within hours, her blood oxygen plummeted and her pulse failed. Every doctor in the ER must have been in that small room, working frantically to save our little girl, but around 10:30 they were unable to resuscitate her, and she slipped away.

My wife and I took turns holding her body until it went cold. Then, in the small hours of the night, we said good-bye to our Elise Rose.

I’m going to need some time. There is much to be done over the next couple of weeks. Family and friends are coming into town. A funeral has to be planned and a burial site chosen. Also, I need time to grieve the loss of my favorite flower. To give me time to do all this, I’m extending Snow by Night’s hiatus for three more weeks until July 21. My apologies for the delay, but I hope you will understand.

We close with the last of our hiatus updates — Jacqueline’s headshots by Julie. The extended hiatus graphic above is part of the cover for Chapter 9.