After taking a break from writing from January 2016 until sometime in mid-October, I am finally working again. However, I’m definitely taking things slow.
I recently wrapped up revisions on my first new story in more than a year, so that feels good. It’s called The Well. Not sure yet how or when it will be published, but probably in about April 2017.
I’m working on a scifi novel with Cari Z. That’s at about 62,000 words right now. We’re close to having a first draft finished. Again, not sure if/how/when it will be published, or what the title will be.
I haven’t decided what to work on next. I have a football story I’ve been stalling on for ages. I could tackle that (no pun intended). Or, I had a sudden thought this morning about how two abandoned story ideas from years ago could be reworked and put in the same town. I’ve wanted to start a new contemporary series for a while, and this could be a good foundation for it. I need to think about it a bit more.
As for 2017 releases, I have nothing set in stone at the moment. However, the closing of Samhain will result in the re-release of two books. Family Man will be re-released by Dreamspinner Press. I have no idea when exactly, but it will include release in audio. And I’ll self-publish the re-release of Damned If You Do, in ebook, paperback, and audio. That’ll probably be in March or April of 2017.
That’s all I know, at the moment.
(Updated Feb 18, 2017)