Making Progress

making-progressI have a number of writing projects on the go right now and I’m excited to say, forward progress is being made.

The first of those projects is the sequel to the novel I co-wrote with JR Murdock. That book is Jack Kane and the Statue of Liberty, a steampunk/superhero/YA novel. We started writing the sequel a year ago and, due to a number of life complications for us both, we stopped writing over the summer.

Well, we are close to 25% finished our first draft and I’ve got to say, it is better than the first (and let me tell you, the first was some of the most fun writing I’ve ever had I’ve ever done). I think we will be more than 30% done by the end of the weekend. It feels so good to be able to play in this world again. Truly amazing!

I’m also working on the sequel to Scouts of the Apocalypse: Zombie Plague. This is another one that is pretty special to me and I look forward to getting the second book in the trilogy done for next year release (need it ready for the shelves for June). It is currently sitting at around 25% done too.

Mik Murdoch: Crisis of Conscience is doing pretty well since its release. The people who have read it thus far have loved it. I need some reviews to attract more folks to read it is all (that’s a minor hint – reach out to me if you would like to help out). The comments I’ve had from readers tell me I need to get working on the fourth book in the series sooner than later.

GalaxyBillies is the one project that keeps ticking, albeit on Wattpad. It drops out of the top 1000 for humour and then suddenly it’s back. That tells me it needs a sequel AND it needs to go into print. That means I need to get the three previously mentioned books done so I can get on it again. Here’s the thing with this book – I promised I would get working on it again this year. That means I need to boost its priority and get at it in the next month or so.

It’s so fun (and challenging) having so many interesting projects on the go. Now to keep writing. 🙂


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