Hey everyone, June is here!
If you haven’t heard already, Stolen Valor, the second Forsaken Valor book, comes out June 8th. I’m really excited for this one, it’s a pretty intense book.
I’m working on The Star Engine, this month, which is the seventh book of the Shadow Space Chronicles. My goal is to have that one out for the end of the month.
I’ve also started working on Heir to the Fallen Duchy, the 4th book of the Eoriel Saga, my epic fantasy series. If all goes well, that one will be coming out soon, too.
What else is going on? Well, in a real-life plot twist, I’ve been called back to active duty in the military. There’s going to be a lot of changes for me and my family. The short term effect is that in a couple of months, we’ll be moving. That in itself is going to be an adventure. I hope that the long-term effect is that I’ll be able to focus more on having just two jobs: the Army and writing. While I’ve enjoyed civilian life, more than once it’s been hard to focus on that while also being a reservist. Throw in the author stuff on top of that and it’s been stressful trying to balance everything. While going on active duty orders for several years was somewhat unexpected, at the same time, I’m excited to see what challenges it brings. If nothing else, I’m certain it will give me a lot more fodder for writing, and who could ask for more than that, right?
That’s all, for now, thanks for reading!
It’s April! I’m a bit behind in my writing between breaking my foot (yay, the first bone I’ve broken!) and moving to a new house. However, I’m also writing as much as I can in order to keep up. The blog posts being sparse is a product of that, I’m afraid.
The good news is that I’m on track to finish the next Shadow Space Chronicles book within the next week. Ghost Star, Book Six of the Shadow Space Chronicles, should be ready for publishing sometime in May. I’ve already outlined and started on my next book, the third installment of the Rising Wolf series (Fenris Unchained). My working title for that is Jormungandr’s Venom and I hope to have it done by the end of April.
All this week I’ve got Echo of the High Kings available for free on Amazon. Yes, free. So if you haven’t got a copy, yet or if you want to recommend it to friends, get your copy here!
I’ve got a lot of writing planned for May, too, with the next book of the Eoriel Saga, Heir to the Fallen Duchy to be completed to get it ready to publish in July.
In the near future, you should see Ghost Star (May), Jormungandr’s Venom (June), Valor’s Child (June) and Heir to the Fallen Duchy (July). Four books published over the next three months. I’m working hard to make it and I hope everyone is looking forward to these books as much as I am. Thanks for reading!
December is here! Happy Holidays to those who celebrate.
I’ve finished The Temple of Light, fifth book of the Shadow Space Chronicles. I’m putting the finishing touches on the first round of edits and hope to have it to my beta readers soon. With the holidays, that means it probably won’t be ready to publish until early January.
I’m really excited to get this book out. It’s got a fantastic cover coming, tons of action, and I think everyone’s going to love it. I’m going to create a launch page on Facebook, and I’ll link that here as soon as I do.
Speaking of the Shadow Space Chronicles, I’m reviewing the audiobook narration for The Prodigal Emperor, the third book of the series. I’m hoping to have that reviewed this week and that means it’ll hopefully be released before Christmas, so perfect timing for listening to spaceships exploding over the holidays.
As far as writing, I’m currently working on Heir to the Fallen Duchy, book four of the Eoriel Saga. This is going to be a big book. As the quest to repair the Starblade begins, the main characters will face all new threats (and some old enemies we love to hate). I’m having a blast writing it and I can’t wait to finish it and get it out to all of you.
That’s all for now. I hope to have some book and movie reviews for everyone soon. Thanks for reading!