I managed to finish catching up with the typing I needed to do on ‘The Tratchar’ and now I am writing again, not that I have done much. I got a whole 3 chapters done, of course you know they still need to be typed out. I also outlined the next 12-13 chapters that will finish off the book. I even have a short novella to add to the paperback when it is done that I probably won’t release any other way.
The bratz, as you can well imagine have already been on the tear today and they aren’t sure if they are going to continue or not. They have been trying to talk me into staying in bed, a tempting thought. But no, I have laundry to do and chapters to write. I am trying to do what I think is the impossible, finishing off the rough draft of ‘The Tratchar’ for the end of the month so I can start ‘The General’ … Thinking of getting the writing done on both then reworking them back to back… Yes, I am a glutton for punishment sometimes.
How are the edits coming along, you ask? Eniko has been racing through them and I am going to have to move it before she runs out of material to keep the red pen moving. She is currently working on ‘The Priestess’. That leaves her with ‘The Warrior’, ‘Dream Warriors’ and ‘Hidden Treasures’. Candy, will have all those when Eniko finishes them, and she is working on ‘Angelika Leanne’. ‘Tyndal’ and ‘An Elven Love song’. Sarah is working on ‘Equals’ and has ‘People of the Phoenix’ waiting in the wings with more to add after the fact. This should keep them busy until I have the 3 I am working on done. After Kalicon I am going to work on whatever is coming in the strongest. Looking at the list, I guess this means I will be writing the manuscripts for 2022 and 2023 in the next year.
Next month we will be working on the audiobook for ‘Final Contact’. All I am going to say about that one is get ready for a ride.
With this in mind, I am signing off, have a fantastic week and enjoy the summer while it lasts….
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I am looking forward to listen to Brian telling ‘Final Contact’ and find out what your fans will think of it when they read it.