It's been so long since I've blogged!
My first six weeks of silence were spent drooling on myself in a
concussion (good times... not), and after that, I went balls to the wall
writing the next book. Little time for reading, little time for
blogging... and a guilty bit of time for gaming, which I'll hopefully
blog about soon.
But LOTS of writing! I can't wait to
get back to Lukian. The only problem is, I can't write about him until I
finish writing about the gnarly trifecta of villains that may chase him
across an entire trilogy when he finally receives a contract for work
from Rudra Nanotechnology. And that's still not the end of stories for
To hopefully make more sense to everyone, I made this handy little chart:
will continue to update the chart as books are released. It will move
both forward and backward in time, and become profoundly interesting.
a character isn't listed, I have no plans for him/her to recur... yet.
There will be at least twelve books in the series (8 for SD&C, 4 for
SD&B). All twelve books are set in the same world, same map, same
politics, but only the characters from SD&C will keep bumping into
each other (likewise for SD&B), but Lukian will never meet Echidna.
The segregation has something to do with the fact I've boxed in all the
weirder theological/paranormal/extradimensional stuff into the biopunk
books, so if your tastes are more for the face-breaking,
straight-forward, hard (though I like a special kind of hard....)
sci-fi, you can get it all in SD&C without it impinging on your
suspension of disbelief.
But if you like to ride even
further down the rabbit hole, have some aliens and a melting face, the
biopunk books are an awesome addendum to an already screwed-up world
(hey, truth is stranger than fiction).
I'm sure I
mentioned this before, but on the subject of series organization, all
the books are written to be read alone, and in any order, but I created
this chart for your reference. :) You can read the books
chronologically, you can pick out all the books featuring Mr. House
first... totally up to you.
But the least I could do is make you a map!
And more books, so I'm signing off the blog to go write again.
I'll do a read-aloud of Psychedelic Riot Helmet (rough draft) in the next couple of days and share it here.
Thanks for tuning in!