Good morning, lovelies.

How have you all been? What have you been up to?

I’m up late working on tidying the last of chapter 6 of Madalon’s Children so I can post it up on Kindle Vella for everyone to read. Loving the direction the story is going, though I have to say it was unexpected. The Muse does like to throw little curveballs whenever possible.

I’m also working on more of Reluctant Gamer. I’m nearing the 35k word mark on it. Planning on finishing chapter 14 soon.

Of the secret stories I’ve been working on—of which I can’t yet make details known. Thus, I do apologize about that.—the writing for all three—yes, three!—is going smoothly. The only thing I can mention is all of the books are a part of the same universe I’ve been building. I promise I’ll have more for you on these projects in the coming future.

I’ve also been finalizing the last of The Brakiehrih’s Treasure. Once all is said and done, though, it’ll undergo an extensive rewriting so that everything fits into the world I’ve been building for the series itself. I have to do Gethsemane and the Pirates justice.

It’s only fair, you know? After all, a good many of them have allowed me to use their game characters in the story I’ve been writing. Each and every one is getting the credit they so deserve for allowing me to do so, I assure you.

Last, but not least, I’m in the process of finalizing several books for re-release. They’ve been a long time coming ever since I took the hiatus back in 2015. Mind you, I haven’t stopped working on the books I’d taken down back then. Nor have I stopped writing.

Oh, and before I forget, a while ago, I’d mentioned I was working on a book called Drabbles of the Soul. This, too, is being prepped for release. I’m waiting for the administrator of a website I had some of my writing on to make the site live again so I can save my most recent work on it, which will be added to the book itself.

The book’s cover is almost done. It’s designed in such a way to depict the fact that what lies within are drabbles. Personally, I like what’s been made for me. I hope all of you will like it, too, when the time comes.

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