So much to say. So little time to say it.
We’re back on the grid after being in the wilds of the awesome Virginia Rappahannock River for several days, and that was after Scares That Care, an experience so amazing that it’ll take several blog posts to tell you about, but I can’t do that right now because I’m hard at work on my work-in-progress, which I haven’t talked about anywhere yet, and I can’t yet for several reasons. So I’ll stop being cryptic and get to the point…
I had a novel released three days ago. It’s called CASTLE OF SORROWS. It’s a sequel to my debut novel THE SORROWS. It’s a novel I love, but…well, I’ll tell you more later, but in case you’ve already started it, you might have noticed something.
It’s really dark. Like, incredibly, stunningly, horrifically dark. Stygian dark.
If you don’t like that sort of thing, don’t read it. Because it’s honestly the most ferocious thing I’ve done so far, which, if you ask some folks, is saying a lot. Not many characters survived THE SORROWS, and this time, no one is safe. And I assure you, that isn’t hyperbole.
That’s it for now. Back to writing. Read CASTLE at your own risk.