Elise Episodes 6, 7, and 8 have finally been released. They are available at Amazon, B&N, Kobo, Smashwords, and iBooks. Also released is a compendium of Episodes 1-6, titled Elise Part I, which costs half the price of the episodes bought individually. As I’ve mentioned previously, Elise will have 12 total episodes. Episode 9 is drafted and has gone off to the editor, but likely will not be released until next year.
Episode 5 will be free on Amazon starting Wednesday, July 3, through Sunday, July 7.
Episodes 6 and 7 are with the editor still and I hope to have them out sometime mid-July. Episode 8 is almost complete. I hope to complete it this weekend. Then it should be queued for editing for a release in, hopefully, early August.
Four more episodes to go in the series!
Edit: unfortunately, due to elements beyond my control, it looks like 6, 7 and 8 won’t make it out until at least mid-August. In the meantime, I’ve been pressing forward with Episode 9. With some luck and persistence, hopefully the series will be completely written by mid-September, with release following sometime after.
Edit, Edit: I suppose I just shouldn’t bother announcing any dates for when the next episodes get released. :-)
Honest, I’m really trying to get this series finished and published.
Episode 5 went live today on Amazon
Episode 7 went to the editor. Onwards to Episode 8!
Oh boy, have I been slooow. Anyway. Episodes 5 and 6 are with the editor. I hope to have them up in a while. Episode 7 is almost complete, I suspect I’ll have it done this weekend.
I have to say, I’ve been really enjoying writing this series.
I am going to keep marching forward—this series will be complete this year, if not this summer!
I’m NaNoWriMo ing this month and I didn’t really want to.
I heard other writer friends talking about it all for the month of October, and I kept thinking, shit I don’t need that! I write anyway. I mean I just finished a book and it’s out on submission and have two WIPs already. Why do I need to…
From Hannah Goodman on nanowrimo:
Everything takes twice as long as I thought it would.