A lot of projects are beginning and ending all at the same time - this post is as much for me as anyone else - I hate lists but sometimes you have to remind yourself what you're meant to be doing. And as much as anything else, this week feels like I personally - and the Project as a whole - made a big leap. The cover displayed here is probably therefore very apt.
My Time With The Shoal is one of the last few stories which needed to be overhauled, following the removal of all stories from the shelf in 2014 ahead of the plan to create The Carter Seagrove Project LLC.
There are two significant stories left to overhaul - All The World (The Great Dane Saga) and Grand Affair. Expect to see these in the summer.
My Time With The Shoal is re-released on Friday 10th April 2015.
The audiobook edition of the story is likely to be on the shelf during April 2015 - cannot confirm exactly when yet but will blog when I have a date of release.
This will be followed up with another audiobook - Daniel's Garden - probably end of May - we are still auditioning for the voice talent at the moment. If you want to audition - go to ACX - click here
And we are currently deciding on the next audiobook to produce.
Both Shannon and I accepted prompts from the Goodreads challenge this year - we both have stories to deliver by the end of April 2015.
And then there are the stories/projects which are already work-in-progress -
Parts 5 to 7 of The Map Stick to join The Way Of Water
Oswald's Lament - a spin off from The Weaver & The Loom
The second story from the series Tales of The Unexpected - to join Delayed Reaction
The second brief encounter anthology - Hurdles - to join Gone But Not Forgotten
The Gloriana Saga - a contemporary family saga based loosely on the lives of the Queens of England collectively referred to as The She Wolves (which will be my first story written exclusively from a female POV). It is intended that Shannon collaborates on that project.
I'll never be bored!