I know you always want to know exactly when the next book is coming out, but I'm allergic to commitment, so how about a rough plan instead?
Now that Bloodline has been tossed out into the wilds of Amazon to fend for itself, I'll be working on Cradle 10. I can't be sure when I'll finish that, because the Parrot Who Sees the Future will no longer speak to me, but typically Cradle books tend to come out about 6-7 months after the last one.
That's not a commitment on my part, just an observation. Don't mark your calendars just yet.
After that, depending on how much time Cradle 10 took me, I'll either immediately dive into Cradle 11 or start something shiny and new.
It's been five years since I've written a new series, and I'm looking forward to it!
Either way, it's looking like Cradle 12 will be the endpoint, after which we abandon Lindon and company to their own devices. I'd like to have a new series begun before then, but if that doesn't work, oh well.
If the "new thing" is the second Traveler's Gate trilogy, then great! Whatever I begin after that will be more original.
If it isn't, then I'll go back to Traveler's Gate afterwards.
...at least, that's the plan.
But without the divine support of the Parrot Who Sees the Future, how secure can any mortal plans be?
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