So a few updates for everyone. First I have crossed over ninety thousand words in Spectra’s Gambit! That means I might be able to release it as soon as May or June. I am not making any promises yet, but it is looking good for a late spring release. If that happens, we might be able to get volume seven (which I must come up with a name for) out in time for Christmas. I would love to hit December 13th again, but time will tell.
Recently while talking with some other writers I met a woman named Cherise Kelley who has a science fiction series out called Dog Aliens. Her tag line is “Fiction from a dog’s point of view,” which forced me beyond any reasonable means of resistance to check out her first book:
A couple months ago I posted asking for suggestions for a name for the Steel-eyed man, and many interesting choices rolled in, but one really stuck out. This week I wrote the first chapter that uses his new name, and it was so much nicer then constantly talking about his eyes. I have not worked out how to pronounce it yet, but I guess do not have to worry about that until some one buys the movie rights.
I need the help of my readers. You know the books, you know the story, you know the characters and that makes you the perfect experts to help me with this task! I have been trying to do this alone for a while now, and I have not succeeded. I am drawing a complete blank on this and need some inspiration from you, my readers! I am even willing to throw in a signed print edition of any one of the five current books to the person that comes up with the winning entry.
It was announced today that Sony is closing all its ebook stores in the USA and selling its customers to Kobo. This means that most of your current books will still be available to you through Kobo, but Kobo has already made it clear that some books will not be available for you. They have not made it clear yet which books will not be available.