It’s been a crazy launch month for The Medusa Coin. I am always amazed at the support from writers and readers alike, willing to do anything to make sure we are all doing our part to spread the word about indie authors. It has been an incredible community to work with this past year and I hope to be able to do more in the future.
What comes next?
The Medusa Coin changes things for the series. I won’t spoil the book here. I’ll save that for later in the month when I start my commentary on the manuscript.
Much like a single book there is a feeling like we’ve been climbing to the top of hill, pushing this gigantic boulder in front of us. The Medusa Coin was the apex, slowing building and building and now comes the fun part.
Loren and Soriya are headed toward an event, one utterly unavoidable. But in their way are certain obstacles – each unique to our two principal players.
Loren’s arrives this December with the release of Founder’s Day.
Founder’s Day – First Look
On the eve of the Founder’s Day Celebration in the heart of Portents, someone is murdering city officials and dressing them up in a signature black robe and cloak.
What does it have to do with the Church of the Second Coming? And will Loren be able to find the killer or will the entire city of Portents be at risk?
The seeds are planted for the end of the first cycle of the Greystone series in this tale!
Founder’s Day is a direct sequel to Resurrectionists and will be available FOR FREE on December 5, 2017!!
The challenges in this tale…
I went over this one many times. The second I hit the publish button on Resurrectionists last year I knew this story was coming.
The challenge came in juggling priorities in this story. Not only was it a sequel to Resurrectionists, it served as the primer for February’s release – Pathways in the Dark – AND set the stage for book five’s incredible climax of the series’ first major arc.
Talk about pressure.
With Pathways, especially when it came to this tale, I was able to open the door to some new ideas. I was able to widen the scope of the series but also ground it in a way that I hope will still entertain readers set on myths and monsters.
Founder’s Day is a true test for Loren, one that will require all his detective skills to solve.
More news and a preview of the tale coming your way next month!