On endings; or, not letting a vampire jump over a shark

Today my new book, Demon Blood, was released for Kindle. It is the fifth book in the Vampire in the City series, and since I started writing these novels, I knew it was going to be six books. Am I excited to write the last book in the series? Yes! In fact, I have already started writing it, and in this last book, will tie together most of the loose ends and settle most of the character arcs. Am I sad that this will be the last book from Emma’s perspective? Yes, it was fun to write a character so down-to-earth but funny, and at times even clueless. But everything has to end, lest it stagnate, and Emma and I are almost ready to part ways. Writing the last book is a tad bittersweet though, but I’m sure she’ll be able to get by on her own now.

On the flip side, I am very excited to begin an entire new series. I can’t stop myself from planning it out, thinking about the protagonist, and trying to pick out a name to suit her personality. That’s one of the great things about being a writer–there are always new stories to tell!

3 thoughts on “On endings; or, not letting a vampire jump over a shark

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  2. Suzan Asselin

    I just have to say I love the blood series. I have just purchased books 4 and 5 I can’t wait to read them.
    I look foward to book 6.
    Emma is a great charcter,as are all of them in the book, some are likeable, others are villians.
    You bring them to life, makes you want to know them better.he woderful books
    Thank you for the wonderful books.
    I will be checking out other books by you in the future.

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