So I am currently editing book three in the Void Chronicles, “The Templars Falter”. It’s a fairly long book, right now 104,000+ words, counting the Table of Contents, etc.
I admit this final pass I have been dragging my feet a little. Well, that’s not ENTIRELY true… it’s just been difficult.
Why? Because when I’m done I am ready to publish. This novel has a lot going on, some things in it are pretty intense, and there is no turning back once it is out there. I knew the things in the book had to happen but that doesn’t make it any easier, if you catch my drift. I regret some of the episodes in the book, because they’ve made me sad and things are even MORE difficult for the decent but beleaguered Julianna.
That’s not the only reason it has taken me a while – some ‘real work’ stuff has occupied a bit of my time, and I’m working with my cover designer whilst considering promo options.
So I am editing but gosh… this is the most difficult book to publish so far because it is so important. Julianna changes a lot here, goes through the wringer and has heartache, has to hurt someone she loves but she is beginning to come into her inheritance as the Deorwyn, and starts to get some answers about VoidCleaver, Tristan and even Lucas.
If you haven’t read book one yet, “A World Away”, look at Goodreads, see the reviews there and read the blurb. It’s only $2.99 so if you’re interested at all in fantasy erotica, give it a gander. I’ve worked really hard to develop an interesting world and rich lore that fleshes out even more in subsequent novels.
All the best,