Monday, 4 May 2015

A Sequel, or not a Sequel.

  I was catching up on my reviews for my novel, My Husband's Sin and was thrilled to read such favourable and kind words, yet, I was so surprised, I was amazed to see so many requests for me to write a sequel. My readers were so taken with the Taylor family in my novel, that they would like to know more. What a wonderful dilemma to have.
  So do I give my readers what they want, which sounds the sensible thing to do or do I leave well enough alone and move on with my other projects?
  If I do write a sequel, how long can I leave timewise to pass before I get one out there?
  When I started writing I never dreamed I would be in such a happy position, especially with my first novel.
  A funny thing with writing I discovered only lately is, the book I thought about doing a sequel or a spin off is my historical western, The Runaway, I could see two of my side characters stories forming as I was writing Jed's story. I am intersted to see if my readers of this book ask the same request for a sequel, I shall wait and see.
  If you have not had the opportunity to read either of my books you will find them at the links below.

My Husband's Sin  available in eBook format.
Amazon US

The Runaway  available in both eBook and print format.
Amazon UK

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