Yes, I know it’s Good Friday. It’s still part of the Easter weekend, most of which I will be spending getting caught up on my Camp Nanowrimo project. Although I think there is a family dinner in there somewhere.
My wish is for each and every person who reads this to have an enjoyable weekend, whether or not you’re celebrating any holiday.
The third Colony World 1.5.3E short story collection is out today. Again, this is a supplement to the novels set on the same world, taking place during Experiment Redemption Parts One and Two. And, as with the other Colony World 1.5.3E books, there is an adult content warning primarily for language.
As is implied by the title, this collection revisits the Experiment Redemption project, but follows different characters and introduces the reader to the other two locations. Some of these characters will be familiar to readers of the Experiment Redemption novels. Others will appear in later works, either the short story collection Beyond Experiment Redemption (July 15) or the novel The Keys and the Naph.
Here are some links for those who would like more information, to read an excerpt from the first story or to buy a copy in either print or ebook.
Createspace estore: https://www.createspace.com/4421473
Smashwords (ebooks): https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/422851
I don’t have the Amazon links yet, but Smashwords allows me to add ‘in print’ links to the book page, so once I have more links, they can be found there.
In the meantime, I’m behind on my Camp Nanowrimo project and still trying to get my head together.
Yes, I’m going to try a new (if short) post for today instead of rehashing something from last fall.
I’m listening to the soundtrack of Frozen. Although, honestly, I could just listen to Let It Go on endless loop for a few days. Or maybe weeks. Somehow I don’t think my husband or daughter would tolerate it that long. Oh well. At least I have it for when I want to hear it.
In the meantime, I’m working on two projects for Camp Nanowrimo, for a total of one hundred and twenty thousand words. It isn’t a question of whether I can do it, it’s more a matter of how frustrated I get in the process.
Experiment Redemption Revisited will be released April 15 as originally planned. The e-book is available for preorder by following the link below. The print book will be available on or shortly after the release, as usual. I’ll post more links then.
Beyond Experiment Redemption will still be released on the modified date of July 15 because I wasn’t able to finish writing it before April 1 and Camp Nanowrimo hit. I’m more than half finished and will return to working on it once I’m finished the current two projects. Again, more information and links to come.