I had a great time throwing this second novel together with the scraps of thought I'd haphazardly scrawled on anything I could find - now littering my desk - to piece it all into one word document. My final book in this trilogy will be just as amazing as the first two with one exception, It will be final.
Soon, the picture above will have a baby sister (fingers crossed for an October release). This one gestated a tiny bit too long and ended up coming out much larger for it. Wasn't one enough? No! No, it wasn't. I wanted to squeeze as much of the story I could into three books. I've got five more manuscripts on the table to be typed and printed. I spent almost a year for marketing the first book by myself when time should have been put into writing. It will be the one greatest thing I do this year - not bombarding the masses with endless plugs for Temperature: Bitter Cold. Selling my first novel taught me that.
One other thing I neglected to research was a small guarantee to bookstores if they picked up my book and it didn't fly off shelves (not included with my first novel). Lacking this one service might have been my downfall. Every store out there carries a copy online. Physical selves, not so such.
When a final date comes my way for the book release, I will share it while the ink is still fresh. After that? I'm off o write more novels. A few short stories might pop-up here or there. Keep an eye out for those, too. Until I post again, and I do plan to post more, please check out my current fundraiser for curing Parkinson's.