Holy banana, I finished writing a book!

Holy banana, I finished writing a book!

In just 34 days! And it’s 102K words! This averages to about 3K words a day, and it’s my new personal record, when we compare it to my best achievement so far, the third, penultimate and upcoming book in The Lost Words series. Now, let me tell you a bit about this new book.

Finished writing, new personal record

There’s no magic. It’s rennaissance, gunpowder, treason, and plot. Well, sort of. But that’s the general idea. Normally, I write my books at a relatively slow place, to give the reader time to get used to the characters, the world and everything in between. I spend a lot of time summarizing every chapter, every little detail. Not so this time.

It was a headlong rush, a berserker’s frenzy. I wrote and I wrote, and I never stopped for one second. I just let the words unfold and fill the pages. The action is lightning fast. There’s not a single idle moment. I’m not joking. In comparison, The Betrayed reads like EastEnders.

As far as the main character goes, you still need to guess. Handsome, dashing, smart, vile, ruthless, man, woman, priest, king, the options are limitless. So do exercise your glands and try to outwit me. I’d be honored if you do. The dinner offer still stands.

P.S. I am willing to consider send you three sample champers in their raw ARR (ARC) format, if you promise to buzz about it on Goodreads and your personal blogs. But it must be a solemn promise, a gentleman’s agreement, a knight of the round table kind of vow. Think about it.

Now, my zombie novella, full force! WARP 9, engage!