This Friday marks one month since my debut fiction thriller was released and I’ve got to admit that it’s been surreal. Having friends and family and complete strangers mention the book…what they enjoyed and what they didn’t…who they loved and who they hated…what I did right and what I did wrong…it’s been an experience.
I’m glad Interdiction is out there and I’m happy people are enjoying it. I hope that, as time goes on, more people find it, read it, and tell me what they think. If you don’t have a copy yet, I hope you consider picking up one…though I suppose now is a great time to mention that the audiobook version is in production. The Double Dagger team found a great narrator to collaborate with and I’ve just finished reviewing the first portion of the narration. I’ll provide more details about the audiobook release as they become available.
I’m about 75% finished with the first draft of the sequel to Interdiction. I can’t give too much away, but I will say that the book involves a clash in the Black Sea between the US and Russian Navies.
I’m also about 50%, maybe more, finished with the first draft of another book. A short story from my thesis at Johns Hopkins was picked up by Running Wild Press and will be included in Running Wild Anthology of Stories: Volume 6….slated for release on October 12, 2022. I am in the process of turning that short into a full-length novel…
Well…that’s about it for now. I’ll be back on here soon to provide updates for these three projects.