I have done laundry on Sundays for my entire adult life. I don't know how it happens, but somehow it piles up on me and by Sunday, I have no choice but to do it. I must be a laundry procrastinator. But I do have limits, and on Sunday I always hit the limit. So today I intend to get the laundry done.
For those who just can't stand not to know what is going on in the dream: Araack Kniid is a warlock spider shifter from the longest purple, and he has a hangup for a pet with feathers. His right hand man, Calvin Bichard, is a wizard who wants a conjurer woman as a bride and steals one from Thanatos. But it's the fire magi princess who finds a red dragon and decides to keep him that connects Draoithe with the Longest Purple.
It's at 48,000 words and still climbing. The title is still eluding me, and I have no idea when or where this book should fit in the series. It is not even on the list of up and comint titles. Maybe book 18???
But what I do know is that Book 10 is nearly ready. It will publish January 30, 2020. I may have finally decided on the cover. The reveal will happen near the middle of January. If you have not picked up Synner and Sainte, don't forget that it has just been released! on four platforms!
Also, Dragons come is only $.99 this weekend on Kindle.
Welcome to Ophelia Kee Speaks. This is a blog chronicling my independent author walk. The journey into the dream has been a life-changing experience as I try to become a full-time writer and leave the professional world behind me. In my blog each day, you will find information on the ‘behind the scenes’ for writing contemporary adult fantasy fiction and paranormal romance stories set in the dream. I will speak on topics detailing with my writing, publishing, promotion, and marketing as well as social media dealing with my books, book trailers, book launches, book art, music, audio, and video, as well as shameless self-promotion. I am not an expert and am not claiming to be one. I am simply one writer offering a glimpse of my struggle to become a successful independent author. Thank you for considering my words. All rights reserved.