No, not giving any crystal ball like predictions or announcing the successful test of my time machine. Still working on that though, I’ll let you know.
Just letting the world know that Episode 10 of The Twelve Shepherds is out and awaiting you at Amazon. It has all the stuff you’ve come to expect. Someone gets their ass kicked. Things are blown up. The good guys battle the bad guys and the evil guys and everyone thinks they are the good guys. It gets confusing sometimes. Some questions get answered as to who and what and why this whole story is happening, and we find out why some characters are in less than top shape.
So, wheres the future part?
Oh, yeah. I know you’ve gotten use to the episodes coming out every Sunday, but after Episode 11 that will have to slow down a bit.
Because I can’t write that fast! Takes a week just to fix all the misspelled words! Plus I have other books to work on and then there’s the reading and the daydreaming and the drinking, it all eats up a lot of time.
So, I’ll do my best to keep the story going, but the publishing schedule has to slow down a bit.
What else? Oh, Season 1 ends with Episode 11. Season 2 will start as soon as possible and have different covers and stuff to go with it. I haven’t even seen them yet, but when I do I’ll share. Derek is currently sitting on a mountain in Bulgaria, so who knows when they’ll show up.
That’s all I got today. Next Sunday I’ll have Episode 11 out and yes there will be some cliff hangers. A hint? Um…Jack meets Dayton face to face, there’s little conversation.
Oh, one more thing. I’m getting some awesome fan-mail and just want to say thanks. Got this one today for CLOSURE and it made my day.
In 78 years I have never done this but—your book was so fantastic I had to write. Your words flow so naturally, the plots/subplots are not convoluted and this book was a pleasure to read. As soon as I hit the send button I plan to order more of your treasures!!!
How can you not love that? Also, in another message a woman in Australia called me “brilliant”. I told my future wife and she laughed and laughed. I’m not sure how to take that.
So, that’s it. See you next week.