For those that have made it to the end of Alan's story, you know that there is a big cliff hanger.
Preparing myself for book two has been a challenge. How does a writer get himself back in to a mindset he hasn't been in since he completed his first couple drafts? A lot of The Silhouette came from a desperation that was building up around my financial situation, my job, and my apartment. I can't say that desperation is missing. I'm just searching for the journey it wants me to go on.
Draio looks rather inviting for a being like Andrew Lathon. It's a playground filled with chaos and explosions. What's not to like? It is why he is pulling Alan into a portal on the final page. Now, the challenge I have is to open up that portal and show my readers that world, or close it and put Ashton, Kansas through more destruction. I've got the stories mapped out for both scenarios.
Thomas William Shaw is an author and stage actor from Birmingham, AL. He lives with his wife, Lauren, their children, and their cats in a quiet place. Occasionally he will post about it.