The trilogy is complete. Amazon’s secret squirrels haven’t dotted all their I’s and crossed all their T’s, so the paperback version isn’t linked up with the eBook, yet, but they are live and ready. Enjoy!
Declan Finn is much too kind here. Mainly because I suspect Jim Butcher has everything meticulously planned out up to books twenty-something through thirty-something. I’m doing well if I’ve got a trilogy nailed down.
Speaking of which, I’m circling around the halfway point of Come, Seeling Night, which ends Paxton’s adventures … for this arc, anyway. What, you didn’t think I was going to throw in the towel, did you? As CSN comes together, I’m assembling the blueprints for the next trilogy in my head. I hope to get book four out late next year. Once I’m done with book three, though, I’m switching gears a bit to work on Vigilance.
In between the Heroes Unlimited book and Pax 4 is a little something I like to call ‘Project X.’ Mostly because the title would be a huge spoiler of what’s to come … and who likes spoilers? Project X is a Pax universe book, but it does more to fill in the backstory of another character. Too say any more would spoil the fun, and it’ s going to be hard enough keeping it to myself when I actually start writing. Suffice to say that it’s the reason I tried to get A Place Outside The Wild out of my head as X was the book I really, really wanted to write.
If you want to get on the train before things get too wild, check out Fade and Night’s Black Agents!
My editor is hard at work on the manuscript for A Place for War, and we’re still on track for a release early next month. I’m excited to get it in your hands, the early feedback has been great.
I’m making steady progress on the third Pax book – which is what brings us here today. Read on, with the prerequisite spoiler warming if you haven’t read Night’s Black Agents.
The epic I’ve been semi-jokingly calling my #FreeAwfulNovel is not my first book. That distinction belongs to another work that, as far as I know, I no longer have a copy of. My gut tells me that we should all be thankful for that.
In junior high and high school, we were a Commodore house. My dad and I both had 128 models. The summer I turned 16, I got my second job, and it was a dream come true for a teenage geek–I was working at Software City, a smaller chain that (surprise!) mainly sold software rather than hardware. There was a strong business focus. I would pitch in and help out in the shipping department from time to time, and I remember moving a lot of copies of Microsoft Bob for some reason.
Cue the victory dance*, and it’s time for a second-draft pass before handing it off to the editor and beta readers. Cover reveal to come (crosses fingers) shortly.
* My dancing skills may not be the best, but at least I’ve got a good jam:
The last half of the week was pretty much a morass of rain. A side benefit of being stuck inside is more time to write, at least, so I’ve broken the 100,000 word mark on A Place For War. Hopefully, I should have the first draft done in the next week or two.
In the meantime, here’s the next chunk of chapters for Warhawks. Hopefully by the time APFW is done, I’ll have some open shelf space.
Hope everyone has a great week!