Month: July 2018
Cat’s Tale – Chapter 10 is up
For all my Patreon patrons, Cat’s Tale Chapter ten is up. New characters, new goals.
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Writing, writing, and re-writing
Hey Guys, So I’m doing some editing on Cat’s Tale, the wizards and werewolves story I post chapters of on my Patreon page. I wrote the original story twenty years ago and I’ve learned a lot about the art of storytelling since then. The original story had NINE point of view characters. That’s a bit much. On the bright side, the plot is just fine. All the characters have good arcs and goals. I spend a day a week editing the story to go on my Patreon page every two weeks. Today’s task: take the outline apart, remove scenes, put it back together so that the story flows better. I’ve decided three POV characters is plenty. You should check it out when you have the chance. The first chapter is free and you can find it here:
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Cat’s Tale – Chapter 9 – is up
Hey Guys, Cat’s Tale chapter 9 is up. I reviewed all the older chapters and noticed that Chapter 8 was missing the PDF file. None of you told me! Anyway, that’s fixed. I also made sure all of the Patreon only posts with the story are all #catstale so they can be sorted easily from my other posts. This week’s chapter is a long one. Twenty pages! Read on and get an idea about why Jess is the way she is.
I made chapter one visible to the public. Everyone can now read the first chapter for free.
Also, The next novel in the Burning Son series is written. I’ll be editing like a fiend to get it out to you as soon as possible. If you haven’t read book one of the series, you can get it on Amazon for 99 cents for a limited time.
See you soon Fiction Fans!
Cat’s Tale chapter and Vlog post
The Cat’s Tale chapter and Vlog post will be a day late this week. I finished Son Rise today, book three in The Burning Son series.
Son Rise is written. Let the editing commence!
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