Still free to read

For those of you who haven't heard, The Sixth Seal is completed over at JukePop Serials. That means you can read the entire thing from beginning to end without having to wait for the next installment. I know there are quite a few people who prefer to wait until a serial is complete before they invest their time in it. I can hardly blame them. I mean, who wants to get all excited about something only to find out the author lost interest and quit writing?

So now's the perfect time to dive in if you haven't already. There are thirty-two chapters of action-packed excitement awaiting you. And if you really like the story, you might be happy to know that I'm working on editing the work into an ebook that will be the first in a trilogy. I hope to have The Sixth Seal ready to publish by the end of the year, and I'm planning to use this next session of NaNoWriMo to rough out the first draft of book two. I'll be sure to post some teasers here once the writing gets underway.

In the meantime, you can also read my ongoing young adult serial at JukePop, Beyond the Gates of  Ã–vrigmark. Don't worry, even if you're not a young adult you'll still enjoy it, at least I think you will. You also don't have to worry about me finishing it. I've already drafted it out to the end, and it's a story that's very dear to me. And just like The Sixth Seal, I plan to write a trilogy in this story world. There are eight chapters up so far with another twenty or so planned, so you should have plenty of reading material for the foreseeable future. Of course there's a veritable treasure trove of other fantastic stories there just waiting to be read. If you can't find something there you like, then you just must not like to read :)

Thanks for supporting my work and helping to make The Sixth Seal a JukePop Top 30. I'm hoping you'll enjoy my new serial just as much, and that it will also climb into the rankings.

JukePop recently gave us these beautiful new badges to post on our blogs, so I decided to show mine off in this post. I think they're splendiferous! Spell check says that splendiferous isn't a word, but you and I know better ;)





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