News from the writer’s cave

Dear reader,

Paperback news

What fun is there to report? First of all I’ve taken a small step for man but a giant step – oh, wait. Wrong note. Sorry, Mr Armstrong. At least the small step is true. Until a while ago I put all the paper books on Amazon now has a paperback system in place and I’ve initiated the process of putting Hilda’s first adventure out there on paper. So far I must say I like the way Amazon has created the system and I’m looking forward to receiving the print proof of the booklet. It should reach me on February 20th or 21st.

I’ve added a new cover to that book. If it all looks nice I’m going to update the cover for the e-book as well. This is what the new cover will look like:

More Hilda news:

I’m almost done reworking the chapters for Hilda 21 so there’s nice progress there. Writing Hilda 22 is going well also, I may be approaching the end of book 22 soon. After that, indeed, the reworking starts again but it will be different. 21 will then be 22. 😀

Baba Yaga news

As you may recall, I started writing Baba Yaga’s story last November. It’s still not done, although I am crawling towards the end on that story also. It’s a very different type than the Hilda series, which keeps surprising me. It does fit the story though, so I’m hopeful that everyone who read it (when I’m finally all done with it) will agree.

A question to you

Which stories do you like best? The Hilda’s? The Wanted books? The Steampunk books? Anything else? I’m really curious because I think it’s time to mainly focus on the kind of books people really want to read. At times it feels as if I’m spreading myself too thin by writing so many different genres.

I’m looking forward to your reactions!


8 thoughts on “News from the writer’s cave”

  1. Hilda…always Hilda. Then again I’m very biased because I buy them when they are in preorder on Amazon. I did read your short horror story which was very good but still gives me the creeps lol but I should branch out and read some of your other books to give a more fair opinion.

    1. Thank you for letting me know! And I do appreciate the comment on the horror short. Glad it does what it’s intended to do. 🙂

  2. Hilllllllda, Hilllllllda, Hilllllllda! (Even though everything else you write is a very close second.) My Kindle Collection starts as Kater, P. then miscellaneous. Lol 😁😁😁

  3. Hilda!!! I hate when I reach the end of the book before you release another one. I have really stretched out this last book. They are also the best books to go back and reread. Sometime I find a little tidbit that I missed the first time.

    1. I admit that I have a problem in this respect. Somehow people are able to read faster than I can write. Maybe there is a cure for me.
      In the meantime, thank you for being such a Hilda fan! (It’s nice to know you actually find the little things I hide in the stories. 🙂 )

  4. I have not read anything other than the Hilda series. I will search for the others and give them a try.
    Thank you sincerely for the efforts and dedication to the art, it is always a joy to find the newest book available.. I read it at such a furious pace it’s always heart breaking to reach the end, the only solace is knowing that you are already hard at work on the next one! So…. Thank you Thank you Thank you!

    1. I really try to write as furiously as you’re reading. You’re however beating me; your pace is unmatched!
      I hope the next book will be out around April, so that’s not too much of a wait.
      Thank you for your response!

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