Here’s a quick update about the release of Richly Drawn. While the original plan for the novel was to release it in the fall of 2020, the COVID19 pandemic has caused some delays. Right now, it is nearly impossible to market a new book, as many of the tools and pipelines a book is fed through are out for the count.

Inkshares feels the best course of action is to delay the release of Richly Drawn until the second half of 2021, and I agree with them. What does this mean for you? Well, it means there are still several months left before you get your copy of the book. Sorry about that! So while you wait, stay safe and healthy!

Thanks aplenty,

Wolf Kraft


Waiting for the book “Richly Drawn”? Time for a quick update! I’m delivering a new draft to Inkshares in January.

What does this mean for you? Well, it means there are still several months left before you get your copy of the book. Sorry about that! The publishing business may seem slow, but it is a very thorough and good process. My editor and I are hard at work making “Richly Drawn” as strong as it can be, and we hope you’ll enjoy the final result.

So while you wait, have a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year. I’ll come back to you as soon as I have more concrete news.

Thanks aplenty,

Wolf Kraft

Hi everyone,

So I got an exciting update from Inkshares this weekend. “Richly Drawn” will be assigned an editor by May, and the editorial process will then begin.

As many of you already know, a professionally released book isn’t merely written by an author, but it is also goes through a long process of notes, changes, rewrites and polishes. At Inkshares and at other publishers, this process usually takes up to a year – so for those of you who pre-ordered the book (again, a thousand-times thank you!) I’m afraid you’ll have to wait quite some time still to get your copy of “Richly Drawn."

The editorial process helps a book reach its full potential, so it’s worth waiting for. I’m really excited to get started, and I’ll keep you posted as things moves along.

Thanks aplenty!


Eue0mj7i Christine Catallo · Author · edited about 4 years ago · 1 like
This is such a hilarious and unique premise! I love the main character and how painfully self-aware he is. Can’t wait to read more!
Userphoto4 original michael lockridge · Reader · added over 4 years ago
yes!!!  exciting news

Richly Drawn placed second in the Inkshares Mystery & Thriller competition. It will be published. And that is all because of you readers.

I am truly grateful, and quite frankly, still in shock. There is only one thing I can say, and that is thanks aplenty!

All the best,

Wolf Kraft

Profilepic Nicole Georges · Reader · added over 4 years ago
Really enjoyed this! The lead character’s self deprecating brand of humour is perfect for his genre. This will make a great movie one day soon i hope! 

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