I hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving this past weekend. If you were looking for Part 5 of my “What I Wish I’d Known” series, it didn’t happen because I didn’t want to have the post lost in the holiday kerfuffle. It will be featured this upcoming Thursday, so stay tuned.
Anyway, on to the writing front. The final edits/revisions of STORMS (Book 2 in the Sharani Series, of which SANDS is the first book) are close to completion in regards to the text portion. I’m not sure where the cover art is at, but I’m sure it will be epic, as all the covers from Future House are. This one will be great fun and will take the series in a whole new direction for the reader.
RESURGENT SHADOWS is out and has been well received by those who’ve read it, though those numbers have been small. Part of the issue has been a lack of word getting the word out. Between the holidays and the limitations of social media, very few people have actually discovered that I have another book series out. If you’d like to get up to date news about book releases sent to your email, please sign up for my email newsletter at THIS LINK. I promise, no spam, just book release information and sneak peaks into my works-in-progress.
RESURGENT SHADOWS is book one in the Successive Harmony Series and is the series to which I have the greatest
attachment. SANDS is a great, solid epic fantasy series, but is mostly plot driven. RESURGENT SHADOWS is character driven and explores the human condition a lot more. Plus there are dragons and fantasy creatures alongside human soldiers with guns and limited technology. If this is your thing, please help spread the word about it. Buy the book – ebook is only $2.99 – and tell your friends to buy it as well. Looking for a Christmas gift for someone who loves reading? You can also get the paperback. Just click on the cover photo and it will take you directly to Amazon. There’s a Goodreads Giveaway you can enter HERE as well.
I’ve got a lot of good books that will be close to completion over the next few years, though I’ll be finishing these two series before I delve into them. The greatest advice I can give anyone is that which I strive to do myself. Keep on writing and check back on Thursday for the “What I Wish I’d Known” post.