I’m just hoping people don’t get too bored with the lull before Chapter 11. The lull here was intentional to show how peace has affected the demons and made them forget how menacing Jehovah still is. I’m just not sure how this is going to play out with others. I read so much of this, and I remember foreshadowing I put into Lucifer’s Odyssey and The Goblin Rebellion and to me that’s exciting. But to others? I’ve only had one beta reader return me an opinion and it was glowing, but it was also short: “I just finished it this morning and I loved it. I haven’t had such a good read in months. After getting into it I just couldn’t get enough.” I’m feeling the same way in my readthrough, but I’m not really feeling this unstoppable pull toward the end until Chapter 11. I’m hoping that readers can get through the lull and into the good stuff. It’s there. You just have to keep pushing past the peace! Ha!
Anyway, I think we’re still on for May 26th. So far, so good. I’ve tightened up some scenes. Tweaked some dialogue. Certain chapters are going to seem like mysteries until the end–until you see what the oracles have been seeing all along, but hopefully, you guys are going to find this as fun and entertaining as I do.
I’m not sure if you guys have noticed, but I’ve dropped The Goblin Rebellion ebook to 0.99. I’m going to keep it there until at least the end of June. And I’m probably going to release Shadows of Our Fathers at 0.99 to let you all get your hands on this really cheaply. Be sure to share it with friends, and don’t forget to leave reviews (good or bad) to let others know how you felt reading the book. It’s important! Reviews are how we all figure out what we’re going to read next, and I and other readers appreciate you taking the time to share your reactions!
Anyway, back to the book!