Oh, how I hate to be the bearer of bad news. I really hate to disappoint people. Although, I think in this industry it might be par for the course. Writing can be finicky and the muse even more so.
Alas… now to rip the band-aid off.
Sadly, Le Fay won’t be ready in time for a April 15th release. I think eight weeks out from publishing Lost is much more reasonable than six with the way I’m tracking writing wise. So, it’s likely going to be an end of April release.
And, I’m almost there. I just forgot to factor in how busy I’d be in the last few weeks of the first school term. And now that my kids are off for two weeks it’s virtually impossible to actually score time on our sole PC during the day in order to write.
Roblox takes priority apparently. It gets old fast, believe me.
So, in an effort to appease those of you who may have been looking forward to news of a pending release, I’m going to share another excerpt.
And if you’re interested in the previous excerpts I’ve shared they are here and here.
Morgan stood at the base of the tree, having scaled the wire fence with only a little help from Arthur. There didn’t seem to be a doorway of any kind that would take them to the crystal cave.
“How do we get inside?”
“Magick,” Prince Arthur replied. “How else?”
Knocking on the trunk of the tree three times, they stood in silence, and waited, as right before Morgan’s eyes the trunk of the tree split open at its base and tore upwards forming a narrow doorway, just wide enough for the two of them to slip through.
With wide eyes, Morgan looked up at Arthur, trembling slightly. “Is it safe?”
“Do you really think that I’d lead you into danger, Morgan?”
“No,” she said, but neither her words nor her actions had any conviction.
“Come on,” Arthur said, holding out his hand for her. “I promised your brother that no harm would come to you and none shall.”