The writing is going ahead of schedule, everything is posting on time, and pre-orders are now available. Busy bees are humming up in here! There’s even a workshop on The Shivers OVER HERE in the Facebook group, the visuals are weird but I stand behind what I’ve made for you 100%.
HERE is the lesson on the Violation of the Interdiction, wherein we begin to get our questing on. As well we should, because questing is all about learning and growing and ain’t that just a big ol’ part of life? Anyhoo, here is the accompanying worksheet for the lesson:
By the way, there’s a Facebook group over HERE where lessons are shared immediately after being posted to Inkshares (in case you don’t want to wait for the worksheets, and just want to get a jump on the journaling). Also, I post special journaling prompts in the group on the mornings that new lessons come out which can provide a little nudge on those days you feel like participating in the Morning Writing.
For new readers, you can find my live-streamed writing accountability practice HERE if you’d like to join in. I just found out how to join in the Live Chat portion, so here’s hoping that doesn’t derail my own progress, haha!
Now that we’re one month into release for "Skavenger’s Hunt," I wanted to send you all a quick update. Following the incredible amount of support both this summer and fall, along with the strong word of mouth from early readers, I’m happy to say the book’s debut has exceeded my most hopeful expectations.
Most gratifying, of course, has been the notes and reviews from you, the reader. When I set out to write this book, it was with the intent of telling a story I’d be proud to share with my grandchildren (like Harper and Jack below, apparently Hunter was off in the Cars 3 section). But seeing it receive such strong response not only from the middle reader and YA crowd, while also spreading its wings to adult readers, has been the very best holiday gift I could have imagined.
So again...thank you! If you’ve read the book and enjoyed it, please take a moment to write a one or two sentence review on both amazon.com and goodreads.com. As a best-selling author told me a few months ago, "the only thing harder than writing a book is getting someone to read it."
Happy Holidays everyone!
Hello Air Pirates!
Things are moving right along for "Wings of the Pirate". So far we are on schedule for a May 29th release with all ebooks and hardcover preorders going out several weeks before that. My good pal, Clint Beach at Attic Studio Productions has just completed a new updated cover and it has an even more exciting image than the previous one. Thank you to Ryan Pemberton at Pemberton & Sons Aviation for the use of the photo of their gorgeously restored Grumman Goose seaplane. Check out the "Wings of the Pirate" book page on Inkshares and we are also up on Amazon.
Cheers to finally getting this book on the path to publication!
Eric H. Heisner