January and February of 2016 have been full of writing. I finished Weapons of Earth, which means I finished the Chronicles of Kin Roland Trilogy. All that remains is one final revision, editing with Pro Writing Aid software, and sending the manuscript to my professional editor (BZHercules for this project). On a side note, I also paid for an additional round of professional proof reading of Enemy of Man and Son of Orlan by BZ Hercules to complement the excellent edits of Samantha LaFantasie (who did a great job for a great price). In a perfect world, I would again pay for both of these editors, but I only have a budget for one this time around.
I am two thirds of the way through my current draft of Dragon Land, which will complete the Lost Dragonslayer trilogy. Along the way, I also worked out story beats for Fight Like A Werewolf, book two in the Police Paranormal series. (Die Like A Man is definitely a stand alone novel, but I really like the characters and feel like they have a few more quests to complete.)
The last thing I am doing today before getting back to creating new words is to rework the book description for Die Like A Man. It should be live on Amazon soon.
THE NEW BOOK DESCRIPTION
Behind the badge is an assassin. Behind the assassin is a monster with scars to hell and back. Alistair Rohan is not a modern day hero, he is a man on a mission — intolerant of bullies, liars, and predatory abusers of the weak. The difference for this hard charging vigilante lies in the reason his father put him in a crucible that should have killed him. No one should have been able to endure the torture, much less survive to become a police officer. It was as though his own father thought he was a demon that needed to be destroyed. In Rohan’s darkest days he was a contract killer and a human being without a conscience. Now he is in a different place with friends he cares about and a lot of questions to be answered.
Can he face the truth? Why are the people he killed coming for him? Is there ever a chance for redemption, and if there isn’t, why should he try?
Die Like A Man is full of dark action and supernatural thrills. There is a reason that Officer Alistair Rohan runs down his enemies with the grim determination of a preternatural monster.