Once again, I have lapsed in keeping up with my blog. I’ve been busy over the past few months but I can’t point to much and say that was what I did! But I did do NaNoWriMo in November and got in close to 80k words, but haven’t quite finished the book. I am working on the sequel novel to O’Ceagan’s Legacy. I looked at my publish date and realized five years have passed since I wrote it. It’s past time that I should get the next book out! So, that’s was the November project.
This one is called Outer Rim and carries Grania O’Ceagan and her brothers to the very edge of the solar system with a special delivery for a rebellious group there. I’m excited to get this book done and out there, but first things first…
I am also working on the sequel to Time Walker, which is Splintered Time. I’m running it through my critique group. which is a time-consuming project, but worth it for the comments I get back from everyone. In the long run, it will be a much-better novel than I had after the first three rounds of edits. I am still hoping to get that book out at the end of Spring or possibly early Summer. What was I thinking when I decided to write a time-travel novel?
I have a couple of short stories I was playing with for a writing contest, so I want to polish those up a little, then I’ll post them for you all to take a look and comment. Short stories aren’t my strength, so I am trying to improve on them.
I’ve had the first book of my Funeral Singer series up for a free download on a giveaway at Prolific Works. A Song for Marielle introduces you to Gillian Foster, a struggling musician, who receives an unexpected paranormal gift. She can interact with the recently deceased in an ethereal graveyard where her task appears to be to help them find their way to the pearly gates. Except sometimes, the spirits refuse to go until something is resolved from their lives…like maybe finding a killer?
If you haven’t read this paranormal thriller yet, here’s your chance to download a free copy. Simply go to this link and select my book and/or one of eleven others that are available to download. Of course, we’d love to have an honest review when you finish you or you can write me directly with your views at Lily@LillianWolfe.me. I’d love to hear from you!
By the way, if you’re looking for a fun, fast-moving new series, written by a gal I consider one of the best urban fantasy writers around, then check out the Guild Codex series by Annette Marie. You won’t be able to put it down. The stories interweave between the Spellbound and Demonized sub-series that will keep you entertained. Start with Spellbound: Three Mages and a Margarita and follow the author’s recommended reading order. I highly endorse them.
Thanks for reading. Until next time, stay healthy and stay safe.