I'm currently working on my World War II thriller, about an SOE spy in France in 1944. I am nearly through the first revision pass. I'm not sure when that will be out, but I'll let you know when it is.
In January, I return to writing post-apocalyptic books and/or disaster novels, and I plan to release two or three of those in 2019.
Next month, for the blog, I'll be writing in here once per week about writing--the craft and the business--for an audience of other writers. This is my habit, to do this only once a year, during November, which is NaNoWriMo--National Novel Writing Month (actually, international, but whatevs.) Readers may be interested...or when I venture into talking about advertising and ROI or "ranking stickyness" and other such terms, your eyes may glaze over. (Mine certainly do--I'm possibly the writer who is bored most by the business of writing, but I've figured out a few things in my writing life and like to share that with other writers.)
Because of my big move across the country, house-hunting, and settling in to a new house this year, I've blogged less and with less interesting content this past six months, and I apologize for that. I hope to go back to talking about disasters, their history and the science behind them, in 2019. And once in a while, I'll pop in to say something about emergency preparation for actual, limited (not imaginary and planet-wide) disasters.
See you soon!