A Long Time Ago and Far, Far Away…
I’m in overload at the moment, and it’s entirely my own fault.
You may be aware that I tend to write books quickly.
I suspect many readers, though, presume that because I write them quickly, I write them easily, without effort.
In fact, the major reason I get so many books written so fast, is because I spent a lot of time writing them. Six hours a day, six days a week, minimum. Often, more. Sometimes, much more than that.
And it’s damned hard work. Sometimes, very hard work, because I am the world’s best procrastinator and chaser of shiny objects.
And this is sort-of what happened to me last week.
One of our local phone companies (and not the one we use, which adds insult to injury!) has been laying fiber optic cable in our neighbourhood, and our front yard was a nexus point. There have been jackhammers and heavy, rumbling equipment digging away out the front for nearly ten days, plus men walking around our yard, including the side yard where my office windows are.
I had the worst time trying to get anything written with them pounding away out there.
This comes on top of the conference in Calgary a few weeks ago, which took me away from my desk for a week.
So now I am more than two weeks behind and in serious overload.
I spent the weekend just past with my butt in the chair, pounding out the words. On a couple of days, I spent 12 hours doing it. All in an effort to catch up and make sure I don’t miss any release dates.
I will be continuing at that pace for several weeks yet, before I can fully relax and go back to my normal schedule.
Talking with you guys will be my only play time!
You may not realize that I also write “straight” science fiction (that is, SF without a strong romance plot or guarantee HAE.)
Peace is balanced upon a knife edge…
With the incomparable advantage of personal bridge forges and the elusive flying city, Demos, Bellona and her Ledanians have contained their rabid enemies, the Alliance, for more than a decade, preventing them from swallowing whole the hundreds of worlds who look to Bellona to preserve their freedom and peace.If the Alliance’s relentless ambition to find a decisive advantage is realized, the delicate balance Bellona maintains would be destroyed, and the free worlds vulnerable.
Rumours emerge from the Alliance-annexed states of a new type of bridge forge which might just be the tool the Alliance needs to defeat her…
Worlds Beyond is the final book in the Indigo Reports space opera science fiction series by award-winning SF author Tracy Cooper-Posey.
The Indigo Reports series:
0.5 Flying Blind
1.0 New Star Rising
1.1 But Now I See
2.0 Suns Eclipsed
3.0 Worlds Beyond
Space Opera Science Fiction Novel
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An exciting glimpse of what’s to come by this author in the SciFi genre.
True SciFi is a magnificent world to enter and this is just the beginning of what I know will be a great series.
Hits all the things that I love about Sci-fi.
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