Just in case anyone was wondering.
I’ve been back in school for the last month, and it has really been messing with the writing side of things. At the same time, my summer depression is still hanging around. A lot of times, it goes all the way through about January.
That being said, I am making progress editing The Winds of Time. I’m on the final draft and proofread, so I’m hopeful I can get it done in the next few weeks.
Sometime after that, I’ll get up a boxset of all four books in the series, which I will offer at a discounted price compared to buying the books separately. It will also be in KU.
My next editing project after that is Fireweaver, the sequel to Sunweaver, which I released in January. Ideally, I’d like to have Fireweaver ready by the end of the year. It’s on the shorter side, so it might be doable.
As for writing, I’ve been making very slow progress on Endlord, the final book of The God War’s Chosen. I don’t know why I keep stalling on it, but it’s been happening. I also wrote 2,000 words in a new project today. It’s one I’ve been thinking about for a long time, and I just wanted to get something down. We’ll see where things go from here.
Right now, I’m focusing on maintaining my sanity while self-publishing. While I’d love to release books more frequently, I have to do what’s best for my health. At the moment, that’s a slower pace. That may not always be the case, but it’s the right thing for now.
My hope is that I’ll write more consistently once I’m done with school. Between an unpredictable work schedule and unpredictable time demands for my classes, it has been tough to carve out a consistent writing routine. While I will probably be working full time once I graduate next May, it will hopefully give me the consistency I need to write.
Anyways, thanks for putting up with my rambling.
And if you’re looking to give any of my books a chance, Empire of Chains is still free. I’ve gone back into Kindle Unlimited with it, but Amazon hasn’t seemed to notice that it is no longer available for free in other places, so it’s still free. Not sure how long that will last.