Hello peeps! Hope y’all have been having a lovely spring and are prepared for summer. It’s looking to be hot and humid as ever in good ole Tejas. I’ll try not to complain too much about the heat and focus on the positives, like swimming and water gun fights (once I teach my toddler how to use one 😉 Greetings well established, let’s move on to the real reason you’re reading this post today!
As you may recall from my Modus Operandi post, I was plagued with inspiration to distraction earlier this year. Which is a pitiful problem to complain about. I mean, how many writers complain about having too much inspiration? Eesh, cry me a river… So I’ve decided to roll with it. Ironically enough, the last time I went through this kind of writer fit, was 2012-13 when I wrote and published Silver Hollow, Stay and the Heaven’s Edge Novellas back to back. So again, no business complaining. But more about my other projects later. Today I wanted to finally share THIS:
Tamn has always lived by a code. After his people are exiled into Heaven’s Edge, he spends his time between Qeya and The Pioneer and doesn’t question his duty. Until his crew is stranded on a hostile alien world and he’s forced to watch the girl he loves burn in the sky.
Stripped of his duty and reason for living, the voices from his past return to haunt and guide him in a path of endless retribution.
Only the strongest will survive the trials ahead and Tamn is determined to keep the family he has left alive.
Third installment in the Heaven’s Edge Novellas Series, to be released September of 2017.
Yep, you read that right. The long-awaited sequel to Qeya & Ohre is finally releasing this fall! You can check out a teaser HERE if you fancy. Or better yet, you can add it to your Goodreads today by clicking on the cover art above (by the lovely Najla Qamber Designs) and following the link!
I’ll confess I’ve been sitting on this cover for a while because while I started to write Tamn’s P.O.V, it never came out just right. Sometimes it’s best for an author to let the story stew about a while until the best time. While waiting to publish a sequel in any series more than a couple years in today’s market is obviously unwise, I’m happy I did wait. Because now I have the right story to tell, and my partner in crime, Jessica Augustsson at my back to help deliver what you’ve been waiting for.
If you aren’t familiar with my YA Steampunk/Sci-fi series, click on the pic below: