Just about everyone can agree that 2017 was something of a raging garbage fire. Aside from a new Star Wars film, the Astros World Series win and my wedding I don’t think I’ll be looking back on the year with much fondness. This new year, more than any year in recent memory, is a perfect opportunity to forge a new path onward.
What does that mean for me?
Well, first and foremost I’m starting the year off by releasing Too Close to Kill, a sequel to 2016’s One Fate for Failure. I spent most of 2017 working on this project. It went through a number of rewrites and modifications to end up as the finished final product that it is today.
One Fate for Failure, is one of my favorite pieces of writing. I didn’t want the sequel to be anything less than perfect in my eyes. This is the story I wanted to tell with these characters and I am immensely proud of what I’ve put out with this novel.
Every author wants their work to be seen and appreciated, and independent artists sometimes don’t get the exposure they would like. I know that getting people to read this book might be a bit of a hard sell if they haven’t read the first installment. As such, I’ve discounted copies of One Fate For Failure as low as I possibly can. If you have an Amazon Unlimited account, it’s free to borrow and read. If you want to buy it on Kindle, you can do so here for $2.99 or if you prefer a physical copy, it’s available through Lulu for $7.00.
If you’ve read it, or you just want to jump in blind, Too Close To Kill is a Kindle Exclusive for the first month of January. After that, a physical edition will be available. I’ll make sure to give updates when an official release date is set. You can get your copy of the e-book here.
What the rest of the year holds, I’m really not certain. My old podcast, Pop and Schlock, is gearing up for a reboot, although what platform it will be on is still unclear. There will be more writing, of course, but what will it be like? That I don’t know. You’ll know when I do.
Either way, I’m looking forward to whatever comes next.