Due to the painful situation my family is facing (my father-in-law is dying of cancer), I've decided to push back the release of my second novel "The Ship" until December of this year.
Originally, I planned on releasing it in October. And I will be making sure the book is available in Trade Paperback as well as all e-book formats such as Kindle, Nook, Apple, Sony, etc. at that time. I want everyone who wants a copy to be able to get one in the format they need.
I will also be taking great care to make sure the book is properly formatted and professionally edited. Most of my readers did not mind, but I want to make sure I'm delivering a great product as well as a really good story.
I apologize to any fans who are waiting to get their hands on this new book, which follows the events of my first paranormal/mystery "The Bridge". I will release samples from the second book in the Para-Earth Series to help tide you all over.
Thanks for your patience and support. Take care and keep writing.
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