Friday, November 30, 2012

Back on the Horse

...that was beaten to death. With an ugly stick.

Where was I? Oh yes, back to writing. So I've finished reading though T7H with sincerity, making the proper (plentiful) edits and corrections as I went. Now that I'm back in the swing of things and have received so much backlash for not having completed book 2, I guess that is exactly what I will be doing.

Next step is to hopefully take a walk through Philadelphia where The Harbinger (maybe even book 1 as well) takes place and go at it guns blazing once more upon arriving home. Want to read Chapter One of the new book? Facebook is always a safe way to contact me or just use any means available and I'll see what we can do. Sound good? Good.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Shh. You'll jinx it.

Upon receiving recognition from my new coworkers as a "published" author, I have suddenly found myself reinvigorated in my pursuit of literary accomplishments. That's the long-winded version of saying: People tell me they want to read it, so I should write it. I'm in a great relationship, I'm enjoying my new job, the bills are in order, and I'm overall starting to feel a bit better. So that means what?

That's right! Brain torture! I'm once again trying to read through T7H and making a "path of the hero" map and amateurish corrections as I stumble through. My plan is to one day release a definitive author's edition of all three books in the Blood Testament series in one package. As it stands now in my current progress, that's still a ways off. So no worries.

I think it's best that I continue to write here as I write and revise and rewrite the old and the new. I'll finish the review of T7H very soon to get myself back into the mood-slash-grind of the story, then pick up The Harbinger as soon as possible.

I feel good about this.