Monday Musings: Space Opera? Why, Yes.

I have spent most of this year working on finishing the draft and doing a first revision of a novel that I plan on releasing in December. It’s a sci-fi space opera thing called Two’s Company. It has spaceships, artificial intelligences, corporate plotting, a wise-cracking heroine, a fist fight or two, and a save the day just in the nick of time ending. It’s been fun pulling it together. Mentally exhausting fun at times, but fun.

It’s also the longest thing I have written so far. Right now, it is about 75K words. I think I still have a few connect-the-dots scenes to put in the last couple chapters, but it is just about ready for a read-through, and then beta readers. Revising has taken longer than I originally planned, but I want to be sure it’s right.

I will be talking with the artist who will probably be doing the cover artwork next month. This will be the first time I have had a professional cover done. We usually do them here. Okay, the BaldMan usually does my covers. I just look and say: Oh, yeah. I like that! LOL But, this artist has done some design work for us before, and it turned out great.

So, that’s the plan as of right now. Two’s Company, sci-fi, space opera novel, coming in December. I’ll have more information, some excerpts maybe, and possibly even some fun stuff as we go on through the summer.


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Things have been quiet. No demonic possessions, no otherworldly intrusions, nothing. And then Lucifer shows up in Johnny’s living room, claiming that two archangels are missing, and something is definitely not right in the heavenly- and other- realms. Saying he has nothing to do with it- this time- he asks Johnny and Cerise to help him find out what’s happening, and who is behind the disappearances. While they are trying to do just that, Lucifer is devilnapped by a larger-than-life serpent. He manages to get a clue to Johnny before he disappears. Johnny and Cerise are left to puzzle out the disappearances and try to find the missing angels. Oh, and stop what could mean the ultimate destruction of pretty much everything.

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