I hope all the fans of Cnut are having a wonderful summer. I know it’s been a couple months since I last posted, so I thought I would update everyone. My progress on the final Cnut book has been delayed, but I will return to writing it soon. I don’t think it’ll be ready by December. I think the “Cnut: Ragnarok” book will be ready by next summer. I apologize for the delay, I know as a reader I get frustrated when authors delay books, or slow down, but I want to make sure that the finish to the series is the best it can be!
As for what I’m reading currently, Jim Butcher, a fun fantasy author. I’d recommend him to anyone.
Thanks everyone for your patience, and remember to leave a review on Amazon for me!
I haven’t posted in some time, so I thought I’d share some great reads. I just finished Conn Iggulden’s “Dunstan”, which was a great read! He was a medieval abbot who lived through seven kings of England, helping raise one of them to the throne.
As a result of reading this, I’m finally picking up Ken Follet’s (one review compared me to him) “Pillars of the Earth”. I’ve only just started, but I am loving it so far.
Thank you everyone for your support and please leave a review on Amazon for each book if you’ve read them all. I hope you’ve enjoyed the series thus far!
I just wanted to share with everyone the link for a review done on the third book in the series that just came out. It was done by the Historical Novel Society. If you haven’t read the third book yet, hopefully this will inspire you to read it and then, maybe, leave an Amazon review. Thanks everyone!!!
I hope all is well as we near the end of February. The fourth and final Cnut book is going much slower for me, but that is alright. I’ll keep plugging away and make sure that the concluding book is as good, if not better than the others.
On a separate note, I’ve been reading quite a bit during my free time, including Jeff Shaara’s book, To The Last Man on the First World War, and all of Mark Lawrence’s wonderful fantasy books. I would highly recommend these if you like fantasy and I’d recommend Shaara to anyone who appreciates military historical fiction.
I will continue to keep everyone updated and please leave reviews on Amazon for the Cnut books. I’d greatly appreciate it.
First of all happy new year! I haven’t posted in awhile, but since my last post, I have sold books in a 5th country: India. I was very excited about this.
I am currently working on the fourth and final book in the Cnut series. If you haven’t caught up yet, below is a link to the third book on Amazon:
Thanks for everyone’s support and I’ll post again soon
Well Cnut: Revenge of a Viking Warrior is almost here. The release date is December 9, 2016, and you can pre-order the Kindle edition now via the following link:
I have started on the fourth and final book in the series of Cnut, which will be called Cnut: Ragnarok, though there are endless possibilities for other novels involving other characters from the Cnut books.
Thanks everyone for the support and I will continue to update throughout the writing of the fourth book.
I’ve received the manuscript back, now the editing begins. I must say, editing is nowhere near as fun as writing the story, but the final product makes it worth it. I should have the artwork soon for the cover and I will post that as soon as I get it.
I have also also started on the fourth and final book in the Cnut series, Ragnarok. I am excited about where this book will take the readers, but it will definitely be the toughest challenge yet, though I do enjoy a challenge and I love writing.
I hope all of the readers and fans of Cnut are just as excited!
It sounds like I will have the cover art in the next couple of weeks. Additionally, I should have the manuscript back soon so that I can make revisions and edits! I have started working on the fourth and final book in the Cnut series.
On a separate note, I am loving the Conn Iggulden series on the War of the Roses. I know Cornwell’s next book in his Viking series is coming out this week in England and I’ll be ordering a copy of that to read next!
I hope everyone is looking forward to the upcoming Cnut book; I will upload the cover as soon as I have it available
The manuscript of the third book is finished and officially submitted to be edited. It will be 6-8 weeks until I get it back and can make the necessary changes. The artwork is also under way, so everything is going according to plan and the book will be available in early December.
I finally have the opportunity to read for pleasure again, so I’ve started the fourth book in the Witcher series by Andrzej Sapkowski, and I’m getting caught up on the Markus Heitz series. A little time to relax and then I’ll begin working on the fourth and final book in the Cnut series, which should be released in December of 2017.
After the Cnut series, I will begin a four book series on Rome, which I am excited to work on.
That’s all for now. I’ll post again soon.
Well I can’t say this month has been as successful, at least as far as the third book is concerned. I am about 2/3 of the way done, but I’m refocused on finishing the manuscript and sending it in to the editor. I must admit I’ve been jumping around a bit, outlining a four book series set in 4th century Rome to work on once the fourth Cnut book is complete, as well as three ideas for spin-off novels of the Cnut series.
I am officially back to work on Cnut: Revenge of a Viking Warrior. I had to rework some of it so that the book didn’t end up too large and the last thing I want to do as an author is turn into George Martin and turn a three book series into a seven book series. I want the Cnut series to be four books and that is what I’m striving for. With that said, that meant I had to go back and tidy up the first 2oo hundred pages before continuing on with where I’m at. I expect the third book to be around the same length as the second book and I am hoping to have it in the editor’s hands by mid-August. The December release date is still on target.
I hope everyone is enjoying the summer and I’ll update again when the manuscript is finished.