Well, it’s a little past the halfway point of the year, and I thought I’d post a progress report for 2018. At the beginning of the year I resolved to publish more than last year (I only published 2 books in 2017), and I set a publishing schedule for 2018. I was doing okay at first, publishing FOLLOWED in January and then THE VAMPIRE GAME in April.
But then life got in the way. My wife and I bought a house and spent weeks painting and remodeling, and then our son got married.
But now it’s back to work for me.
The next book I plan to have on Amazon/Kindle is the third installment in my ANCIENT ENEMY series called HOPE’S END.
HOPE’S END is a prequel of sorts and tells the story of the ghost town featured at the end of DARKWIND. But there’s also a twist at the end of this one that ties a lot of things together.
I’ve also completed the first three books in my new post-apocalyptic series that I’ve titled THE RIPPER APOCALPYSE. What’s a ripper? You’ll have to read the first book to find out. The first three books are the introduction to the series from various characters’ viewpoints, and it all begins as society collapses. I can’t say much more than that right now, but I’m already halfway through the first drafts of books 4 and 5. I’m really excited about this series, and I’m already imagining where it can go. I hope to have the first three books of this series available sometime in August.
I’m also working on the second book in THE EXORCIST’S APPRENTICE series, and I hope to have that one available in the fall.
And there’s a stand-alone thriller I’d love to complete before the end of the year called SLEEP DISORDERS. A man’s wife disappears while they’re eating at a restaurant. The police are sure she walked out on him, but he believes she was taken. As he digs deeper into his wife’s past and a secret life he knew nothing about, the mystery grows more and more odd and frightening.
I’ll continue posting my writing tips for each month (one more this month since I missed June), and I’ll continue notifying you of any sales or promotions I’m part of. Thank you for sticking with me and this blog, and I truly hope you’ll keep tuning in.
Until next time . . .