Friday, April 20, 2012

What a hectic, but terrific week this has been! In addition to doing promo artwork for several vendors for their 3d content I've made significant headway writing Suzanna - Book Two of The Wayward Angels Trilogy.  The increasingly dark tone and content of Book Two is a distinct contrast to the light and humorous tone in Book One.   Suzanna - Book Two will be available soon at Amazon.  Still deciding which direction Book Three will take.

Friday, April 13, 2012

I am really liking just how dark and how bad is angel Crete, Suzanna's partner-by-necessity in Book Two of The Wayward Angels Trilogy (Book One is now available on Amazon Kindle).  I'm thinking that Crete (who walks only on the dark side), as the third angel in the trilogy would be a great way to close the trilogy.  What do you think?

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

I'm really liking the very dark, bad boy partner that's with Suzanna (Book Two) on her assignment.  In between working on Suzanna's story and creating a fabulous *dark angel* cover for her I've made progress on another suspense, Beneath a Stalker's Moon.   Still haven't decided on the angel for the trilogy's third book.  Male or female?  Light or dark themed?     Hmm...lots of thoughts on this but nothing final.  Keep the ideas coming, readers!

Friday, April 6, 2012

Progress on Suzanna - Book Two!  Chapter two comes so much easier than chapter one.  Why is that, anybody know?  This book is fun to write, but the storyline is more complex than Kelly Jo - Book One.  There's something uniquely different about a dark angel.  I guess being a little bad is always more fun than being a whole lot good, right?

Monday, April 2, 2012

Been working on Suzanna, the second in the Wayward Angels Trilogy.  She's gotten herself into seriously hot water with supervising angel Robert (Big Bob) by making mischief on the astral plane.  Thinking it's best to keep her under his constant watchful eye, Robert assigns Suzanna the ho-hum task of tracking down and retrieving a human who refuses to leave the plane.  But where Suzanna finds him isn't on the plane but on a much lower, darker level where catastrophe is a constant companion.

This is just the beginning Suzanna story idea so it'll be fun to see how many humorous and dark humor twists this takes.  I'd love to hear ideas or suggestions.