To All Things…

It’s done. It’s finally done.

This week we shipped the very last of the Madelyn of the Sky Kickstarter rewards. We’d planned it to last this long, of course. The entire idea was sending out six books over the course of a school year. In fact, we’re shipping these books two weeks early!

(Oh, and the first five books are currently available everywhere, and book six will be available April 15!)

But it was also a lot of work. And that means… we got to celebrate this week! Huzzah! One six-book series (with two Kickstarter-exclusive spinoff books) is complete!

But that’s not the only thing I finished this week. I also wrapped up completing revisions based on the developmental edit I got back from my editor for all six books of Cade and the Last Starship. In fact, I’ve already gotten line edits back on book one, so I’ll be starting in on that soon enough.

And we’re starting construction on the Kickstarter for Cade. We’re aiming to run it starting May 1… so mark your calendars! Another six-book series coming your way soon!

And what does this all mean?

A writer writes. It’s what a writer does. And just because one series is done, it doesn’t mean the writer stops writing. Another series is on the way. The series after that is starting to take shape.

It never ends. One book will conclude. A series may be closed off. But there will always be more.

And what a glorious thing that is, eh? A story may end, but stories won’t. And I get to keep telling them.

One done. How many more to go?

Let’s find out together.

Published by Jon

Jon lives in Kentucky with his wife and an insanity of children. (A group of children is called an insanity. Trust me.)

2 thoughts on “To All Things…

  1. That’s a fun way to look at it — this story may end, but stories don’t! That’s always something hard on me, coming to the end of an excellent story that I’m very connected to. But that way of thinking just means I have to dig around for the next excellent story!


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