Burning The Midnight Oil

It's been a very busy couple weeks, but I've made significant headway in getting the second novel, tentatively titled A Shot After Midnight, out of the planning stages.  The writing has begun, and I've finished a dozen chapters so far.  It's kept me up writing until well after midnight every night this week.  Once I get to this stage, it goes really fast.  Most of the heavy lifting is working out the story.  Once that's done, I just sit down and begin knocking it out.  It's going really well, and I'm shooting for a Fall release.  So watch for it.

It's a great story, and it's been fun bringing all the characters back from the first book, and adding several new ones.  Levi and Tori are back.  Of course Rosco is back too--no longer a puppy.  They're enjoying the tranquility of living in the small town of Twin Rivers.  However, I don't think that tranquility is going to last very long.

When I get about half way finished with it, I'll post a few chapters perhaps.  And of course, I'm really looking forward to working with the brilliant cover designer, Brion Sausser, again.  I can't wait to see what he comes up with for the cover. 


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