I have good news, everyone. Actually, it’s great news! I am nearing the finish line with Linear Shift!
So, to celebrate this occasion, I’ll be hosting a Launch Party on Facebook! My ever adjusting plan right now is to publish Linear Shift, Part 4 on Thursday, February 24th. I have scheduled the the Launch Party for the following Tuesday, March 3rd. You know… In case I run long on final editing and such. What? Life happens sometimes, and sometimes deadlines slide. I’m only human!
The Launch Party will be a blast, and I plan on having lots of ebook and print book giveaways at the event. There’s going to be come caption contests, and trivia too. It’s going to be a blast!
Also, I am going to be revealing the final cover for Linear Shift, The Complete Novel at the event. I am almost more excited for that than I am about finishing Part 4. The cover is done now, and it looks awesome! My goal for the complete novel is to have it formatted as close to the Launch Party as possible, but it will not publish until March 31st. My plan is to get as many ARC’s out of the complete novel before it publishes, so that I can have as many early book reviews as possible.
I started writing this story so many years ago, I seem to get quite emotional just thinking about it’s upcoming end. I think my first snippet of writing on the story came back in late 1997. Wow! That was nearly 20 years ago. Granted, I didn’t really get back into writing until a few years ago. The rebirth of Linear Shift came around mid-2013, with Linear Shift, Part 1 publishing on September 19th, 2013. This story will be my first complete novel published, and I have so many people to thank for making it possible.
Will this be the end of Linear Shift? Who knows. As for now, the end of Part 4 will be the end of the story. But… There is a slight chance a series could come out of this, depending on how the readers react. I have many thoughts on this, but for now, it’ll be the end.
So, in closing, please mark your calendars for March 3rd to come celebrate the completion of Linear Shift! I promise it will be memorable.