Thought I'd post from this nom de plume for a change. It's Sunday and posting a lot of blog stuff is my norm under one name or another. You can be thankful I'm not as long-winded as my alter ego aroslav. He's still asleep.
For Blood or Money will wrap up on March 22 and already I'm getting inquiries as to what's next. Understand that when I'm traveling, I often don't answer the question of where I'm going until I'm halfway there. So projecting out a few months is a little risky for me. I have two projects brewing, though, that are coming to fruition in the next few months.
First, about a month after For Blood or Money finishes, I'll start posting Wild Woods, the sequel to City Limits. I'm deep in the rewrite of Gee's story (70,000 words so far) and it's looking good for its commercial release the third week of June. I'll be releasing it here before then, about the last week of April with weekly updates. (My advance readers on either of my Patreon sites get it even sooner! />
Next, in the fall, I plan to release the sequel to For Blood or Money, currently titled Municipal Blondes. If you like the chameleon Deb Riley, Dag's cute young assistant, you'll be happy to follow her into this next adventure. Deb and Cinnamon team up to chase down another fraud that leads Deb to Belize, Croatia, Italy, and back to the condo where it all started.
So, that is the plan, subject to changes in the direction of the wind.
And this is where I make a huge request. Over 1300 people read and voted for City Limits at an 8.29. I was overwhelmed at the response to my first-time release of a non-sex story on SOL. But here's what I'm missing: Reviews. I have four 5-star reviews on Amazon and three reviews and scores from five readers of 4.33 stars on Goodreads. If you've read City Limits and enjoyed it, please post a review on one of these sites or at Barnes & Noble. Reviews are almost better than money in the bank for authors and despite people liking City Limits and reading it, for some reason it hasn't received enough reviews to make it noteworthy. With the release of Wild Woods just four months away, I really need reviews.