At the Top of the Hill
My third novel, Convergence, comes out at the end of next month from Elsewhen Press in digital format with the paperback following in January. It's my favourite so far - I'm really happy with it. Set a year after Blue Friday it pulls everything together in the Dandelion Trilogy, and I don't think I had the skills needed to get it down onto paper until now.
My novels haven't found the audience I hoped for - of course that's fairly normal for a new author with a smaller publisher, but you can dream. With this book I'm having more of a push to get some coverage - in effect see what's at the top of the hill.
I need to know.
It might be success - an emergence from obscurity: a clearing of the mist - or the world may spin on in much the same way that it has always done. Not that it isn't a thrill to be published and with Elsewhen it's certainly great fun but at some point there has to come a change.
I'm really hoping that time is now.