The Previews page has been updated. With the completion and publication of Astrid Maxxim and her Undersea Dome, it moves to the Books page and makes room for Astrid Maxxim and the Antarctic Expedition, which is on schedule for 2014.
Teen inventor Astrid Maxxim makes a journey to the bottom of the planet on an expedition to uncover the secrets of a mysterious liquid lake far beneath the ice. Meanwhile, troubles plague her friends and family as a hostile takeover threatens Maxxim Industries and Robot Valerie may face her greatest danger yet.
Click the Previews link at the top of the page to see what else is on the way.
Coming in 2013:
Picking up where Senta and the Steel Dragon: The Two Dragons left off, The Sorceress and her Lovers begins a new epic five volume adventure Senta and the God of the Sky. Return to the land of Birmisia, filled with magic, steam power, rifles, and of course dragons.
I forgot to mention in Previews: Part 6, that I have a sequel to Blood Trade in the works. As you can see, it already has a cover. I had to secure the rights to the art, so that I would have the same model available for both books.
I have about two chapters of this book done. Although Blood Trade was difficult to write, these were pretty easy, and I really like them. Like the first book, this one is very dark and gritty, has vampires, werewolves, and this time zombies.
This will probably go on my official schedule as soon as Eaglethorpe Buxton is published.
I’ve updated the Previews page and you may note that Kanana The Jungle Girl is no longer there. I’ve set this story aside. I’m just not happy with how it’s going. I’ve got two versions now, one written in first person narrative and one in third person, and neither seems right.
I’ve been working pretty hard on His Robot Wife: Patience is a Virtue and the way things are going, I should have it done just after the first of the year. I’m still planning on finishing the new Astrid Maxxim and the multi-part Eaglethorpe Buxton books by the end of the year. They both will depend on how much I feel about stepping aside from Patience to complete them when the time comes.
When will I get back to Kanana? I don’t know. I’ve got several new stories waiting for me to write them, as well as half a dozen sequels I want to write, and three new series of five to seven books each (including 82 Eridani). So, it may well be awhile.