Tuesday, March 8, 2016

My Writing Schedule through 2020

As I near the end of my college career (hopefully....come on, French, don't fail me now), I'm looking ahead to my plans for the next several years, outside of getting a job in science writing for the general public, and my super secret plans regarding a water harvesting machine that I concocted and purchased all the materials for....aaaaaand then never built.

That's a project for post-graduation, too.

I have a lot of books in the works, all associated with my current series, Recovery, of which Embassy and Resonance (seen on the right sidebar of this page) are the first two books. You have a lot to look forward to, because I've got three books directly related to the series planned, and one travel guide in the vein of my other website, Experience Daliona (which you can find at the top of this page).

So here's what the calendar looks like!

2016: the Daliona Travel Guide should be released Summer 2016. It will be a heavily-expanded-upon version of the website.

2017: Book 3 of the Recovery Series, continuing from Resonance. Aiming for late-Spring, but will likely need to hold off to the Fall.

2018: The Fires of the Spring will be a novella. Aiming for Spring 2018.

2019-2020: We Cannot Be Content will be a lengthy "origin story" of the Embassy Universe. It opens on October 24, 2312, and its themes will reflect the current atmosphere/debates of space exploration in the political, general public, and scientific spheres. This is the story of Benedict Drake (mentioned in Resonance) and why/how some part of humanity left Earth for good.


It's going to be a busy four years! There's a lot to look forward to, and we should all be excited to see where real-life space exploration goes in the next decade!