This is a general update, but we’ll use Soul Insurance’s cover. 🙂
I’m so close to finishing Soul Insurance now, probably less than 10K words. I’m at the finale, and then the epilogue, and that’s it. Or at least that’s it for entry. I still have to go through the editing and correcting, and the beta reading, but finally this book is getting close to done.
It looks like Dead Living has been pushed back from December to January. Breaks my heart a little, as I want to see how it does for Round 2 in the wild, if readers who missed it enjoy it. The eBook will be out first, probably the last week in January, with the paperbook following shortly thereafter. Keep in mind that I don’t control the pricing for Dead Living this time, Permuted Press does. But I believe Dead Living is a good novel, so check it out when it comes out 🙂 I doubt they’ll price it out of the building.
I’m trying not to jump too far ahead of myself, but I’m already working on the next novel in my head. The next novel, which I have no title for at the moment, will be another novel in my as-of-yet untitled series. 🙂 (I’ve got to start coming up with some titles) It will feature the four main supernatural characters from my other novels. So, if you’re keeping track, we’ve got Alex the half-demon, Victoria the vampire, Jack the cursed mortal, and Kevin the witch. It should make for a fun ride 🙂
As always, I’ll try to write the novel so that it stands solid on its own two feet. However, I have to say this is a series at this moment, and reading at least one of the other novels (Demonspawn, A Witch To Live, Jack Kursed) would be recommended.
This new novel presents some interesting notes and challenges all by itself, so I’ll save that for another post.