I was in a bit of a fix with the outline of the third book — I know the cyberpunk genre tends to be heavily “dystopian” in nature. However, I still believe that real life is miserable and hopeless enough, so I’ll be aiming for a semi-happy ending with the trilogy [while it won’t be a SUPER sugary “everyone lives happily ever after” fairytale ending, it won’t end like Repo Men or 1984 either (I LOVE 1984 by the way — I just want a different kind of ending for the project I’m working on, tee-hee)].
I’ll be quietly/intensely tweaking this project as I’d like this one to:
- set the standard for, and
- lead the direction of jessINK’s mainstream/commercial department ^^
I’ll continue to do alternative work, but later (I need to build up my brand’s strength across different areas — I want to build something that lasts).
In the meantime, I added some freebies on my website. My short story, Skins, will be in the upcoming BsB Anthology 3 — will mention that anthology on my social media accounts once it’s out.
P.S. Postcards still available too!
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Listed at a very nice website, The Indie View. Hope to be interviewed there sometime (currently waiting for the Q&A).
Added a campaigns/causes page to jessINK also.
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Here’s a sneak peek at The Darker Side of Life (thanks to Curse of the Bibliophile for hosting me).
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Sleeping cat (she sleeps double than I do, and I get/need eight hours on average).
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OK, take care all — I’ll be watching the snow (wintertime / Maine) + fixing the drafts for Book02 and Book03 of The Cyberpunk Elven Trilogy.
I won’t be on my social media accounts very much (once I’ve delved DEEP into completing the remaining parts of the project).
If you need anything just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org