I’m finally in pre-production for Bellicose, the first of the Postal Marine Series. Last Fall, I published Scintilla, which was always meant to be the fourth of a series of five novels. I quickly plotted the second novel Luctation, a novel portraying Jonaldy, Scintilla’s villain as the hero. After grinding out 20,000 words, I felt that something wasn’t quite right. Since then, I’ve been wrestling over how to proceed.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been re-evaluating the series. By taking a step back and looking at the entire series, I was able to get a new perspective. I’ve started plotting Bellicose, which is essentially the creation story of the Postal Marine Series’ major protagonist, Danel Bophendze. Having written the logline, I’m moving to the one-page plot synopsis. Wish me luck!
Closing out a third year of Audible listening, my year was focused on history.
Have you ever had a time when you wanted to just snap from the stress? I have. And I did. What I did next was fun.
How should an author respond in a legal landscape that expects action?