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It’s been a long time since I last did an update, so I have a lot of major ones tonight.

First, I’m sure some of you already know that I’m part of an organization, Worldsmith Youth Serving Organization. And it’s really fun to meet a lot of local writers and new friends, especially if you share the same passion in writing and helping the society.

Today also marks the first year anniversary of The Reaper of Iremia, which is once again free for five days on Amazon. As of now, the sequel is still being written, as well as the outline for the entire series. I can’t promise a new release by next year given my schedule, but I’ll keep you guys posted.

In other news, I have decided to publish a web serial in Wattpad and other sites. Be sure to check out A Slayer’s Diary, found here:

It’s partially inspired by the Monster Hunter games and The Witcher series, so I think fans of both will like it. This story will be quite long, and has a different writing style than what I am used to.

Now I know I promised three books for this year, two of which are tied to Celestial Chronicles. Unfortunately, recent developments in the story of CC makes me do some changes, and now I may not be able to publish them any time soon, if at all.

But I have some good news! I have a new fantasy trilogy that I’m planning to release late next year. It will be quite short, with each book just around 40,000-45,000 words, so I should be able to finish writing it in less than a year. The outline is almost finished, and I can say it will be an exciting adventure.

This year is a rollercoaster of events. With the pandemic going on, many things have changed and are changing. But no matter what happens, my passion for writing will remain the same.

Stay safe everyone!

One thought on “AUTHOR’S LOG: JULY 2, 2020

  1. Thank you for the updates Kenneth. I am very much looking forward to the follow up book for The Reaper of Iremia! I will enjoy your other releases and updates/review until then.

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