The release of the final installment in the “Eldritch Beasts” series marks the end of the first chapter in my self-publishing journey.
It was a wild ride with many ups and downs. And while I’m happy with the end result, I realize that there are areas where I still need to improve as a writer, and that’s what I’ll be striving to do with my new series “One Grisly Night,” the first book of which is already available for preorder: “One Grisly Night: Werewolf.”
I’ll try to give myself more time for polishing, moving closer to the three-month release cycle rather than two, which will also hopefully give me more time to take on various personal issues I’ve been dealing with for a long time.
I don’t want to delve into specifics, but I’ll just say that I always had a tendency for negative thinking, and certain aspects of self-publishing certainly add to that struggle.
Nonetheless, I still have no doubt in my mind that writing is the only thing I want to do with my life, and as long as my heart keeps beating, I’ll continue following this passion no matter what obstacles may arise in my path.
The void weeps.
The crimson moon is shining in the sky, and demons are pouring through the dimensional seams, broken by the infernal corruption.
Meanwhile, the ghastly bellows are coming from the sea as the beast rises, threatening to devour the entire world.
With Keri severely maimed in her fight against Fenrir, will she recover enough to rise for the final confrontation? Will humanity come together in the last stand against the unknown? Or will the prophecy be fulfilled, and everything will perish in the insatiable Maw of the Hollow?