Right now, I’m in one of those phases as a writer when there’s a lot of uncertainty over what I should be doing.
I’m most of the way through the final book of my Essence Warrior trilogy (it was going to be a longer series, but it feels right as a trilogy), so I definitely intend to finish that in the coming weeks (hopefully).
I also need to edit Sunlord, the final book of my Sunweaver trilogy. I released Fireweaver almost a year ago, and I haven’t released anything since. Obviously, it was a tough year for me with my dad dying and a retail job that was draining all the energy out of me. But now I’ve had almost a year to (mostly) come to terms with my dad’s death, and I’ve started a new engineering job that doesn’t drain me anywhere near as much.
Beyond that, I’d also like to get started on revising and editing Watersong, the first book of another trilogy I’ve written: The God War’s Chosen.
And then there’s the project I keep debating. Over the last few years, I feel I’ve grown immensely as an author, and reader feedback on my World in Chains series has told me that there’s a big jump in writing quality between the first book and the rest of the series, so now I’m strongly considering rewriting the first book so that the writing is more even and more in line with the writer I’ve become.
After all that, there’s the age-old question of what I should write next. Right now, I have no idea. Well, that’s not really true. I have a lot of ideas. I’m just not sure which one to pick.
As always, thanks for reading.