It was a year ago, when I started this blog to try and raise the profile of my self published books, and blimey hasn’t time flown by quickly, especially in the last five months, where real life overtook the writing of a fantasy one.
In that time frame – I’ve changed jobs, had seven kidney stones ( the seventh is still hiding away in my right kidney – the little blighter) been on holiday and enjoying a wonderful relationship with my girlfriend and her kids.
I think there is a direct correlation between being your relationship status and the amount of writing you can do : ) When your in a relationship suddenly Saturdays and Sunday afternoons are no longer available for writing, nor are most week day evenings. However, I have managed to still write and self publish my ninth book in Jan 15, which will be called “When a Kingdom Falls”
Whilst looking forward, I am also going to look back, to my first novel “Echoes of a Storm” as I am still in awe of Saskia Schnells’ fantastic book cover. I still remember as it slowly revelled itself on the computer screen (I have a very slow connection) and thinking “Wow, that is perfect.” I can’t wait to see what Saskia will produce for “A Kingdom Falls.” : )
All my work can be found on Amazon simply search for “The Storm Series Alan Scott”
This book consists of three interlinked short stories all featuring ‘The Storm Series’ favourite villain Solomon Pace.
For the fans of Solomon Pace, these three tales will show a different side to Solomon character and reveal more of his hidden past.
For those new to the series, you will met one of my most complicated and least understood characters. The question hanging over him has always been – “Solomon Pace – Cold-blooded killer? Depraved evil sadist? A man just trying to make his way in the world? Or just deeply misunderstood?
The book is dedicated to all those woman who like their men to have a hint of wickedness and vulnerability to them, and have always wanted to dance a waltz in the moonlight.