May 2019 Status Update

My first novella, City of Kaiju, is finally out! Available through Amazon and Books2Read. You can see a preview of the very first chapter here. Help support a fresh new author with a fantastic read this spring season.

Legends of Eifalia Book One Progress

26 Chapters Total. Working on Post-Beta Draft.

Structure Draft Word Count: 58,364

Will resume either late this month or in June 2019.

The Daughter of Dragons Progress

Rough Draft: 13,491 words

Structure Draft: 13,919 words

Anticipated release: Late 2019

Short Story Anthology Progress

(Progress begins soon)

3 stories in rough draft phase, totaling over 14,000 words

Anticipated release: TBA

It’s May 2019.

The time is almost upon us. I am still working on The Daughter of Dragons and it’ll need a bit more polish before I can send it out to an editor. In the mean time, I managed to get an ebook cover, but I won’t reveal it just yet. Instead, I’d like to outline my plan for the coming months.

—In June, I’ll show off the first preview of The Daughter of Dragons. I feel that now that I have an idea, I can create a well thought draft and make this the story I wanted it to be for a long time.

—July is the cover reveal and a second preview. Again, I’m itching with excitement as much as you are. We’re a few months away from that moment, which leads us into our next month.

—In August, preorders will be live and I’ll finally announce a release date. I do anticipate this being sometime in the Fall unless I can somehow get it finished earlier. But that’s the plan going forward.

In the meantime, you can all see this logo António Garcia made. I will have a dedicated page up shortly, plus I need to organize my website anyway. It is a bit cluttered anyway, so a little spring cleaning never hurt.

And going forward, since I will be focusing on multiple stories at this point, I will be able to have dedicated sections on each story as they’re being worked on. No more time to waste. Now, we kick it into high gear and make magical and whimsical tales for all to enjoy. Thank you for joining me along this ride and I hope to have more stories for everyone to read. 2019 is looking bright, but 2020 is looking phenomenal for me. Here’s to the future!


That’s all for today. If you liked this post and want to see more, I have a Ko-Fi page set up. Why spend three bucks on a Starbucks Coffee when you can help support hard-working authors like me? Every bit helps and keeps me going. So thank you, and remember, the inn is always open.

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