Hello and welcome to another update. This one won’t be a long update. I realize I am behind on updating my newsletter but we will have that one ready soon. This post is for updates on future works. Midnight Lessons is back to me for one last check and I plan to release that book on the 12th of September. The Summer Key is with my publisher and I’m waiting on an editor right now. I have also written quite a few short stories and a novella to come out in separate anthologies. I’m also going to put together my own little anthology that I want out by the New Year.
So currently for 2016, we have the following:
Midnight Lessons (novella, erotica) – Sept 2016
Keeper of Fate #2: The Summer Key (novel, fantasy) – I’m hoping sometime Oct but it’ll depend on how much editing I will have to do
The Girl With One Arm (short story, ghost) – for Solstice’s horror anthology to be out Oct 28th
White Glitter (short story, mystery) – a Portman’s mystery for Solstice’s winter anthology to be out Nov 28th
The Lovers of Vale (novella, paranormal/romance) – a Reaper’s Apprentices novella for the AITC II Christmas anthology out around Dec 2016
Perfect Humans #1 (novel, sci-fi) – maybe early October if I’m lucky. This is the project I’m zipping through right now.
Somewhere between this, I plan to finish Lilacs and Vanilla (want it out by late Oct/early Nov 2016) and an anthology of shorts (out by Dec 2016) . I also want to finish Ghosts of Burning Inn #3 this year but we’ll see how things pan out.
This is what’s planned for 2017:
Patterns & Parallels #4
Keepers of Fate #3: The Autumn Key
The Reaper’s Apprentices #4
Flavors of Love #4
Smoke and Ashes (the sequel to Sparks and Flames)
Winky’s first mystery for Portman’s Creamery
Operation: Genome #2
A Cirque Macabre short story for the Solstice love anthology for Feb 17
I haven’t put dates on some of these because I’m not sure what will finish first. If I don’t do Ghosts by end of the year, it will definitely be out first in 2017. Also the final part of the Black Paradise Circus arc will be done too. Needless to say, I have to make up for lost time because of the wedding this summer.
I’m definitely looking forward to writing for the fall. I’m sorry I didn’t really have a summer novel but I will make up for it.