Long time, no post

I have written my first book and am in the editing stage. 60,000 words need to be trimmed down (and in some cases additional words added) so I can get my manuscript ready to either send out to publishers or whack it up on Amazon myself.

This month I am taking a break to write a series of novellas that are a prequel to my main book. I think I will either release all of them for free, or just the first one. Hopefully this will give a chance for everyone to read my work to see if you enjoy it. Maybe I will make some fans that go onto buying my main book. Which would be excellent.

I’m using NaNoWriMo2014 to power through my trio of novellas, which is a daunting experience. I have never written so much in such a short space of time. I am at 10,006 (which is hitting the correct target for yesterday) and finding it difficult to write without the usual amount of planning I go through.

Here is the synopsis for the three novellas:

Synopsis

The numbers are in the blood. Future Grim is humanity one thousand years on where corporations control every aspect of life. Combat by sword is a daily occurrence, but war doesn’t exist, it’s simply business.

The Casefiles are three tales of corporations, bloodied fists and a grim future.

Independent:

Joseph Lyier, an honest con man tracked by a corporate power. He did not even ask for the cargo, it landed on him and stared at him patiently. Planet to planet drop should be easy. He hoped the Franklin Investigators were still stupid as ever and he hoped they had not sent the Bean.

Heritage:

Jyan was a Volan. His mother laid on her deathbed and informed him that he would not have control of his entitled corporation. He believed such a fate would justify his misdeeds. The documents he forged, his brother’s bloody broken face and his plot to extinguish every Volan in the void.

Solider:

Martin was transferred to a ship on the edge. The crew was silent and the atmosphere was staler than the food he was supposed to serve. He had heard tales of the Ratter elite, the men and women who kept their faces covered and their blades sickly sharp. All he had to do was survive a month, but he had his doubts.

Hopefully it will be finished by the end of the month!

Have a good one,
Kyle

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