I'm eager for the next book in the "Bullied" series to go live. It's finished, I'm psyched about it, and as one reader pointed out to me, the series is "like 'Carrie' on steroids." I never thought of it like that, but it kind of is. I hate boring parts in books, so what I hope I've created is characters with real depth surrounded by real excitement.
Check it out on Nook and Kindle tomorrow.
The next two books in the series are "Witch" and "War." In the end, it will amount to 150,000 words.
Today, I started the sequel to "Fifth Avenue," which is titled "Park Avenue." I have my outline written (loosely, because that's how I work--eventually, I just let the characters take over) and I have part of the preface written.
This is going to be a leaner, faster read. If you thought the body count and the twists were high in "Fifth," you likely won't be disappointed with "Park."
Everyone is back.
And even Louis, straight from the grave.
Add to this a host of new characters and it should make for a taut thriller. I wasn't originally going to write a sequel, but given the amount of interest in the book--and the sheer amount of fan mail asking for more--I've decided to write it. And actually, it will be good to be back with the old gang, should they survive.