First, let me say how much I enjoy hearing from my readers whether it is directly or in a book review. Thank you.
There has been a lot going on since my last post: submission of The Legend of Jerrod revisions to Friesen Press, preparation of the first five chapters of Amanda’s Quest for the beta readers, work on The Bard’s Song which I hope will be on YouTube in 2014, and preparation for Tracee Ford’s Dream Big blog tour in November 2013. I have been select for November 28th.
You can catch Tracee’s paranormal program at:
Friesen Press has formatted The Legend of Jerrod revisions and returned the proof for my review. At this point, the revised edition will probably be available in late Novembers. Fans have asked how they can purchase autographed copies. If you contact me through this web page or by email after the revised addition is available, we can work something out.
In my first draft of Amanda’s Quest, Amanda is in the northern kingdom who are followers of Asguard while Jerrod and the others are preparing to leave Agganon. By chapter 3, Nathanial is just implementing the next phase of his plan. Rok-lin is a full sized, young-adult dragon. Oh, and the witch is back…
Amanda faces physical and mental tribulations that will challenge her forever. Her love for Jerrod is called into question. Meanwhile, Jerrod’s love for Rhonda and his own magical power are growing.
What does the future look like? I am going to double the size of the map in The Legend of Jerrod. It will probably be in the History & Arms section of Amanda’s Quest. The sequel may also have a map from the perspective of the northen kingdom and I am considering including a drawing of Torrence. I already have some notes for book three and have conceptualized book four.
I will post a link to Tracee’s November blog tour so you can follow along. She is going to visit one author’s blog, from a variety of genre, each day in November.