I have some thoughts about how to introduce the final book in this series, but they're not confident ones. Some questions for series writers who use cliffhangers and the readers who love them:
- Do you want a preview of the action in the book description, or do you basically just want to make sure that the finale is really that--a finale? No loose ends, everybody where they're supposed to be, and the details are better found inside the book? I'm nervous about spoilers for the final book.
- Do you like open-ended trilogies/series that can be re-visited later or a nice, tightly wrapped package?
- How do you keep track of all the plots and sub-plots?
I'm just curious. You know, for a friend. A friend of a friend, actually.... ;)
Blackstone Fever will be out on Valentine's Day, 2017, followed by the series culmination (or finale, if you will) on April Fool's Day, 2017. And if you're fiending for more of my weirdness in between, remember all of my books are now on Kindle Unlimited which means that if you're a member you can read them all for FREE. Free! Such a lovely word.