Updated: Sep 1
And now to begin post number 2! This post totally didn’t happen two months after the first (it was only one.) Today I continue where the previous post left off. What is the planned trajectory of the books, and what secrets do Valerie and Morgan have in the works? Find out in just five minutes! Now that the five minutes are over let’s begin.
Update or Die is the first of many books to release. It’s sat alone on the Amazon marketplace for a long time, surrounded by many strange and unfamiliar books. While it doesn’t have a release date, Dark Descent has just finished its third grammatical restructuring (the joys of editing) and will pass through a set of peer review studies (AKA, making our friends read it at gunpoint.) Following this, all it needs is a shiny book cover, and it is ready for release! Another alien apocalypse book will be available for you and the rest of the world to enjoy. Update or Die will have the friend it has longed for.
Morgan isn’t the only one plowing through his books. Valerie Campbell has put a temporary hold on the C-PTSD book while she finishes another book that’s been on sitting on the shelf called Same Stream Twice. In this thriller novel, a therapist, after suffering a trauma that left her deaf, tries to start a new life in a small Maine town, but trauma has a way of following even to the most unlikely environments. One of many books in the background, this one offers a unique perspective from someone who has difficulty hearing. While I can’t say much else, I’ve had a peak under the hood and can’t wait to read the rest!
As for all the various side projects, they are still just that. Side projects. Plenty are in the work and under experimentation. Valerie and Morgan are debating between a podcast-style format or V-tuber/avatar video talks about our books and stories. Valerie has also been practicing and refining her watercolor art style, which she will soon post in the art section. She aims to offer a unique take on the book cover and avatar style. Once she feels confident and ready, you’ll see the work in progress right here!
That’s all I have for this week. Thank you for tuning in, and I’ll see you next week. No, I won’t forget for a month again. I promise.