Over the last two weeks I’ve had to work on prioritising my time, so I am sorry I haven’t written much on the blog.
It was a hard decision to make but I’ve decided to keep my blog related to writing from now on. Future gaming and IT tech related news is going to re-home itself at thelatenightsession.com, where I have been writing game reviews and other interesting tech articles for a few years.
The reason for this is simple. I am working on book two of The Ebonsheare Chronicles and that has to remain my priority for the next six months. I love writing about gaming and tech, so I’m still hoping to contribute on Night Owl’s blog – just not necessarily in a regular fashion.
Thank you to those who have provided feedback and said you’ve enjoyed reading Wolf and the Crow. It has been an exciting project and that is why I want my focus to be finishing Book 2. I’ll provide updates on the progress of Book 2 via my website as well.
Over the next week, my web presence will take a more website like approach and move away from the blog one. Please feel free to still reach out to me via:
I’ve sent back some final changes to the publisher for my debut novel. Overall I’m really happy with it, so I think it will only need one more brief review before it can be released.
Certainly has been a bigger process to bring to the publishing point than I first expected. I imagine Book 2 of The Ebonsheare Chronicles will be a lot easier, as I have a good grasp of the full process now.
Thanks to all my readers and fans for their support. I know you have been waiting for a while, but (fingers crossed) it won’t be long now.
It was an Express Post envelope I was excited for, but with a hint of trepidation.
As it turned out the suspense kept building too. After I had carefully opened the Express Post envelope the first physical copy of my book was wrapped in another envelope, which turned out to be my publisher’s.
Then I opened the pages for the first time, sitting on my early 80’s styled lounge chair.
Finally, the first physical proof my book exists and is almost ready to be released to the world.
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