Q&A With A Wordsmith: Next Book

On Writing, Random Thoughts

Heya Lovelies,

As a writer taking a rather unique path, I often receive a wide range of questions. So far, I’ve covered some broad topics which you can find here and I’ll continue to shed some light on further questions. With luck, you’ll gain some understanding and insight along the way.

If you have a question you’d like me to answer, feel free to comment or drop me an email.

What are your plans for the next book in the series?


Before I dive into that, let me start with this:

If you haven’t yet read up to Safe, please keep in mind there are spoilers ahead. 

You’ve been warned.

Once the cliffhanger at the end of Listen happens, we know Zoe isn’t gone for good. We discover, through the events in Safe, what really happened to her and Aisling’s step-father. The reemergence of Zoe isn’t the surprise — her potential for redemption is. It doesn’t take Aisling and her group of friends long to figure that out. Of course, the tricky part is figuring out how to give her that chance.

By the time The End … for now comes along in Safe, Zoe, having lived with being a dark witch for years, is finally restored as to light. She joins the group while Martin is finally dead and in the Underworld where he belongs. But as she begins to settle into her new reality, Marcelline arrives. 

By the time Stronger Than Blood ends, Zoe’s story is primed to begin. Thus brings me to Enduring The Flames. It follows Zoe’s tale — which includes her deepening relationship with Vlad — yes, that Vlad. So far, I believe it is going to be a standalone much like Home was with Angela and Salvatore’s tale.

There is another project I’m working out. An anthology, of sorts, consisting of several historical events in the Earthen world. I’m anticipating each if these tales to be novelette or novellas in length — so the anthology (or series of them) will be more around the length of my other novels.

Coming up, I’ll talk about any perspectives or beliefs I’ve challenged with my books. 

Until next time,

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