Well, sort of. I’ve finished another edit of it and will soon start my final run through. Then, hopefully, I will be able to throw it out into the world on September 15th!
<— This is the cover as it currently stands. I may change it, I haven’t decided yet. At the moment I like it, but my views are always likely to change after a day or two.
Any feedback, opinions or views on it are always welcome.
I’m also about a third of the way through my first draft of The Crying Child.
My original plan was to release this a month after Sisters, but real-life keeps poking holes in all my plans so I’ll have to see if I can pull if off.
If nothing unexpected pops up to ruin my month, I’m fairly sure I can do it, but the unexpected has rather taken over this year so I guess I can only try my best and hope that will be enough.
Whenever that does make its way into the world, I will then turn my attention to the last of the trilogy – The Icarus Child – which currently has a wishful release date of November 15th. However, see above for excuses why that might not happen.
Whatever befalls my writing and editing schedules, I just wanted to let people know that they are being written and edited and thought about a lot right now, and will be coming. Hopefully before the end of the year.
Look, they already have covers and everything! This is almost as good as a release from me – not that I usually leave my covers to the last minute or anything. Nope. Not me. (And yes, I know, they’re kind of blue, but that works with the story. All photos are mine as well, just in case anyone wondered. Apologies once again to Portland Bill for turning you into the island.)
So, those are my exciting plans for this month. Anyone out there got anything good going on?
3 thoughts on “September Tidings”
How lovely! I quite like the font you’ve used and the way the I in Sisters of Icarus looks a bit like a tower.The photos you’ve used for the background are also gorgeous. I like the variety of weather they show.
I’m really looking forward to the release. I hope it all goes smoothly for you.
Thank you! The tower thing wasn’t intentional, until I realised that it curved perfectly over that bump in the cliff ^___^
So do I! They’ll be winging their way to your inbox as soon as they’re ready.
It is a remarkably good fit.
That would be lovely, thank you!