Every so often, I take a moment to update my readers on what's next for my post-apocalyptic landscape and more, so here's the dealio for the remainder of 2016.
On July 20th, 2016, I'm releasing State of Fear, book 8 of The Collapse Series. This book has been very interesting and challenging to me. The original release was canned after Cassidy and company weren't cooperating with WB Publishing. So we got rescheduled and for the first time ever, I'm releasing a book on a Wednesday. (In case you're wondering, I always release books on Fridays, but I'm breaking with tradition, woohoo!)
After July 20th, I will continue working on Bravo: Blood Road, the second and final installment in Bravo's Saga.
Bravo will release sometime this Fall, sometime between October and December. The vagueness is because at the moment, the release date is not set in stone. But Bravo WILL be back, I promise.
I will be taking a one month hiatus from September 12th to October 17th. That's right. I am going to be offline (mostly) for an entire month. But don't worry, I have a good reason for this. I'm getting married on October 1st and honeymooning in Hawaii immediately after. Once I'm back on the mainland, I will return to the apocalypse with more enthusiasm than ever before...if I can pull myself out of the tropical bliss of Kona.
The 9th Collapse novel, State of Allegiance, will release in the late Winter or early Spring of 2017.
It's too soon to say what the projected release of Allegiance will be, as I haven't even written the novel yet. I'm still putting the finishing touches on book eight, people! *wink* But I will be releasing at least 2-3 novels next year.
In late 2017 or 2018, I will be releasing a standalone novel that will surprise readers.
Again, it's too far away to give specifics, but I have been sitting on a couple of ideas for a while here that are dying to bubble out of me. Once my soon-to-be-husband and I get our sea legs (or should I say land legs?) after our wedding, I'm going to explore a whole new world of the apocalypse and fiction in general. I'm very excited about this. Wish me luck!
As always, if you have any questions or comments that you'd like to share with me, you know where to email me:
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And on that note, have a great rest of your week!