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Avery Rome: Book two...

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Avery Rome: Book two...

Unread postby PS Power » Sun Oct 23, 2016 1:03 am

"Dragon's Eye"

Rough draft finished. Just sharing, so that people don't think I haven't been working. I know how you all are. *Sigh*

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Re: Avery Rome: Book two...

Unread postby David » Sun Oct 23, 2016 11:10 am

Yup, I figured he was taking a break, considering all the posts he's made the last few days. But nope, another new novel.

I wasn't fussed about it though, if any author deserves a vacation it's Dale, and I'm happy I'll have another book to read soon.

Avery kicks posterior.



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Re: Avery Rome: Book two...

Unread postby PS Power » Sun Oct 23, 2016 9:14 pm

I'll be starting Cin 3 while editing.

*I AM wondering if I need to sit on some books for a while. Oversaturation of market? I don't know if that will help. It could be I need to branch out harder into other areas/pen names. 80 books from one author is a lot. People could be getting board with what I'm doing.

*Yes, I really CAN write different things, the current lines are themed, however...



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Unread postby addmoreice » Sun Oct 23, 2016 9:18 pm

cough. cough. litRPG. cough cough.



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Re: Avery Rome: Book two...

Unread postby rockhazard » Mon Oct 24, 2016 12:05 am

I'm definitely not tired of the multiverse books. Out of the Woods was pretty engaging for me. However, I seem to have fallen down the rabbit hole with these novels, so I may not be representative of the average reader. From the reactions of some consumers in other media (namely anime), I can see an argument for limiting series length; some people find starting out in a very long ongoing series daunting and off-putting. Of course, there is a counter argument, as some of those series famously run into the hundreds of episodes and are extremely popular (popularity being its own argument).

Personally, I have an unreasonably long wishlist for future multiverse books. Makes me feel like a Baker, which is to say an insufferable taskmaster.



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Unread postby qHnED7SnYgQs » Mon Oct 24, 2016 1:58 am

PS Power wrote:People could be getting board with what I'm doing.
Nope. Can't happen. I'll gladly read an unlimited amount of further books, both multi-verse cross-overs and limited to the individual realities. Don't mind new series (be they connected to The Multiverse or not) either.

P.S. *bored



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Unread postby PS Power » Tue Oct 25, 2016 2:04 am

Board. :)

That was the first thing I noticed when I looked at the page. I must really remember to edit before posting.



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Unread postby PS Power » Tue Oct 25, 2016 2:05 am

I worked on editing Dragon's Eye instead of starting Cin book three.

I'll start on that in the morning, If possible.



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