Hey guys! Sorry it's been a bit since my last indie confession, but you know, the holidays and all that. But hey, things are going pretty well around here. Bad Dreams is performing well on Kindle Unlimited (which is Amazon's version of Netflix for books. You pay a monthly fee and have unlimited access to all Amazon exclusive reads)—I'm also selling copies of it on a daily basis, so I'm very happy about that, so thank you readers!—um let's see, what else is going on? Had a great meeting with my author friends today, very thankful to have those guys to sharpen my writing and can't wait to release my next series that we're going over in the group, very excited to get Sunborn out there, I think you guys are going to love it! I'm doing a lot of giveaways on Goodreads, so if you aren't a friend or fan of me on there you should click HERE if you're interested in keeping up with the paperback book giveaways I'm doing on there. I've done three so far, and I'll be continuing them throughout the year as new titles are released, and will periodically give away copies of my current titles.
So those are the nutshell things that have been going on in the world of Polar Bear Books. I'd like to now transition into a list of my company's 2015 release plans and writing goals.
Polar Bear Books 2015 Release Plans and Writing Goals
- Late Winter—Early Spring: Release book 1 in sci-fi adventure series, Sunborn.
- Late Spring: Complete writing on first draft of book 2 in the Sunborn series. Book 2 is currently 27,000 words in.
- Summer: Begin writing Dick and Henry: The Novel (official title to be announced). Release completed novel by summer's end.
- Late Summer—Early Fall: Develop story for book 3 in Sunborn series and book 2 in Dick and Henry Series.
Well, those are my goals for the coming year. I'm sure I'll modify them as needed, but those are currently the titles I expect to have released by the listed times. I secretly hope to have developed a title or two that are not connected to any of my existing series somewhere in between those other works, we'll just have to see where the year takes us.
As always, thanks for reading. See you next time.