I am so happy to announce that the artwork for the paperback of my fourth novel ‘Serah of the Runners‘ is complete! Serah of the Runners is the fourth installment of my dystopian sci-fi series, The Chronicles of the Great Migration. Book 4 will arrive July 17.
Serah of the Runners
Book 4 in the Chronicles of the Great Migration
Manhatsten is in chaos, and the city AI has vanished.
The battle for Langeles is over, and it’s clear nothing will ever be the same. Security forces are
scattered, the Runnercore is gone, and many are missing in the aftermath of the
battle. In the streets, the Lowers are
organizing, and rebellion is spreading. The city is on the verge of tearing
It’s up to Serah, to find the few that remain of the Order
of the Eye and discover a way to unite the city before Miranda and the Recycled
return to finish what they started.
But from afar someone is watching Manhatsten, a force older
than the city itself.
I am very happy to say, that I successfully hit the minimum goal for NaNoWriMo this month working on my fourth book in the Chronicles of the Great Migration, Serah of the Runners.
However, at 56007 words, the books is really only about half done. I do have to say, I am very excited about the direction this book is going. Serah’s story is fantastic, and the aftermath of the Battle for Langeles may just shock you. I never thought things would turn out this way, but these damn characters surprise and shock me and every turn. And, if you finished Battle for Langeles, you might just be wondering what happened to a certain few characters… Some of that is answered here, some of them you won’t see again until Book 5 The Children of AEIS
I plan on continuing my current writing pace all throughout December so that the first draft of Serah of the Runners can be finished by years end. That way, I can release it early next year! My hope is to get Book 4 late winter, Book 5 late spring and conclude the series by next fall. At the pace I am writing at it should work… provided the final book in the series isn’t much longer than I think it is.
Also, a very special thanks to Lyndsie Clark, who I met at MileHiCon several weeks ago, and who basically became a badass writing partner during this month and held my ass accountable. Thanks for spending all the hours in coffee shops in silence with me Lyndsie! Check out her blog here