As some of you may know, I am a highly prolific writer. Last year, I published four novels, a novella, a collection, and three short stories, all of them written in 2014.
In total, I published almost half a million words of fiction last year. And that was just in six months. And assuming everything goes well this year, I will publish far more than half a million words of fiction, maybe even a million words.
Because I publish new books so regularly, I thought I’d start a new series of blog posts titled “What I Published Last Month.” Each post in the series will be a monthly roundup every book or story or collection I published in the last month or so, along with the cover pictures and the descriptions of each story. So you can expect a new post once a month, usually at the beginning of the next month.
For example, this is the “What I Published Last Month” for January. So for this post, I will include Not Malicious. Just Unlucky, The Prince Malock World Omnibus, and The Last Legend: Glitch Apocalypse, all of which I published in January. Next month, I will do a “What I Published Last Month” for February, and so on.
I thought that this would be a good way for me to keep track of my progress as the year goes on. At the end of the year, I might do a huge mega post detailing all of the stories I published, although depending on how many I publish this year, I might just do a master post that links to these posts instead.
Anyway, without further ado, here is what I published this month:
A fantasy short story. Read more about it and find links to the stores you can buy it from here.
The Prince Malock World Omnibus. As the cover says, it contains all four Prince Malock World books for a much lower price than you would pay if you buy all four novels individually.
Read about it and find links to where you can buy it from here.
A standalone science-fantasy novel. Was my NaNoWriMo 2014 book.
Read more about it and find links to where you can buy it here.
That’s all for January. In March, I will do the next post in this series, in which I will talk about what I published this month. Stay tuned for that.