This has been a crazy year so far. I’m really glad I went back to my old style of writing where I work on more than one project at a time. It really works for me.
I’ve got three projects going on at any one time now. I’ve committed myself to writing one short story a month. If it’s not for a specific publication, I’ll release it on its own. Then when I have enough of them, I’ll release them as an anthology for those who prefer bigger books as opposed to smaller ones.
The first one is going to be released the 15th of March. I’m in the process of editing it now, so it should be done in plenty of time. I can’t wait for that. I’ll post a sneak peek of that story this coming Saturday, so keep an eye out for that.
Of course, there’s Shadow Stalker, and I’ve been doing some writing for that as well. Episode 19 is due to be released the 5th of April. I really think people will love Part 4. There are going to be a lot of surprises. 😉
And finally I’m still in the planning stages with my first book in the A God’s Deception series, but I’m almost ready to start outlining the book. I expect I should be finished writing by the end of April and then I can start the editing. Of course, this one I’ll be submitting to Crimson Edge and hopefully publishing with them, so I can’t give a projected release date at this point. But I’m going to hope for the end of the year on that one.
It feels great to be writing more regularly again and actually getting stuff done. And I think I enjoy having something to publish more often too. Between the short stories and Shadow Stalker episodes, I should have something new each month. Sometimes even twice a month. So it’s really exciting.
Oh, and I should also mention, with the short stories, I’ll be experimenting with other genres. They’ll all pretty much be in the horror/thriller/paranormal/dark fantasy category because that’s what I tend to write, but if you have a suggestion or a challenge for me to write in a completely different genre (just for the fun of it) leave a comment below or contact me! I’d love to hear from you.
Until next time… happy reading!