I cannot blame COVID-19 for the incredibly slow progress in updating on this website. The virus has nothing to do with how I blog or write. Look back on the posts here, and you’ll see what I mean. It’s a good thing I’m not writing fan-fiction with a chapter a week to produce. Back in
It’s been six months since I published Threatening Sky. I still don’t know what to publish next. And it’s not like I don’t have many, many stories to pick from. I’ve hundreds, but every time I think I’ve decided another story catches my eye instead. I understand the logic that says to sell books you
I thought that getting Threatening Sky fit for publishing would be easy. After all, it was half written before I turned serious about it as a sequel. The truth is, this novel was harder to write than Mackerel Sky. Not simply because it was the sequel. It was actually in bad shape: scattered, plot-holed, endless.