18 May May Update 2017
Posted at 03:28h in Monthly Updates 105 Comments
I appreciate the encouragement and support I’ve received from so many of you. I haven’t been able to respond to everyone because I’ve been busy writing.
I’ll be finishing the draft of Book 3 in the next few weeks, and then it will be on to review and editing.
I’ll let you know when I have a better idea of the release dates.
Tracey MeyerPosted at 00:26h, 20 July
I really love your books, I listen to them while im working… something thats been on my mind what are all the rules Reskin was taught or the ones he has mentioned so far… it would be fun to know
Dakota MastroddiPosted at 12:12h, 19 July
Hey just wondering if there was anything new going on with KDT 3, did you finish writing the first copy? Also wondering how one would go about becoming a Beta reader as well!
JohnPosted at 04:39h, 19 July
Kel, will there be an opportunity to sign up as a beta reader?
BrandiePosted at 05:51h, 18 July
Just finished re-reading… *sigh*. These are the greatest! I’d almost forgotten how much I love The story and the characters!! (I am hoping Frisha grows up a tad in the upcoming installment though; her mistrust and jealousy did get a bit old.) I am so stoked for book 3!!!! Oh… and I gotta know if Pride made it to the escape ship!!
AlexandrosPosted at 00:07h, 21 July
I’m just away to start me 3rd read of the books. I agree about Frisha. For me, If she is to be the main “romantic” interest of Reskin then she needs to have more substance.
She does seem to (slowly) be leaving her Jealous ways behind but she just seems so clueless sometimes.
JeremyPosted at 05:41h, 18 July
Ive read your books 4 times I think. I’m beginning to lose count. Finish Book 3 So I Can Read Them 4 More Times.
Judy HanksPosted at 04:18h, 18 July
Your creation of believable character personalities, creation of a unique world and a captivating plot shows such a depth of talent. I enjoy the constant focus on the topic of friendship, the descriptions of its virtues and responsibilities. Since I have a trusting and open nature and have lived a long life, I personally would be curious to see the perfectly schooled and idealistic Rezkin deal with deception and betrayal. So far he is too inexperienced to confront life’s darkest moments.
JeremyPosted at 05:37h, 18 July
I disagree. I think Reskins character is more than capable in dealing with petty betrayal.
Judy HanksPosted at 00:53h, 23 July
Petty betrayal and major betrayal is not close in experience