What’s next for Lost Falls?

I just wanted to drop by with a few updates on the Lost Falls series. The audiobook versions of Pay Dirt and Tooth and Nail are on their way, with Pay Dirt expected out later this month.

I know a lot of you are also eagerly awaiting Lost Falls 4. I had fully intended to have the book out by now, but then along came 2020.

My year in a nutshell.

The pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have played havoc with my writing. I’m basically a stay-at-home dad when my daughter can’t go to daycare, so like many of you I’ve been trying to juggle keeping a small child happy and learning and entertained while also trying to get some work done.

And also, to be totally honest, my mental health has taken a pretty big hit during this whole mess. I’ve struggled with anxiety and depression on and off throughout my life. Usually I’m able to manage it fairly well, but these aren’t ordinary times. Though I am receiving good support and treatment for my mental health, writing is still more difficult than usual for me right now, even when I am able to carve out some time.

But don’t worry, I’m still alive and still writing. Between Lost Falls and my Golden Remnant Saga fantasy series I’ve got my work cut out for me! Thank you for sticking with me. And I hope you’re all safe and well wherever you are.

2 comments to “What’s next for Lost Falls?”

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  1. Lori - October 30, 2020 at 1:25 am Reply

    I’ve just found and devoured all the Lost Falls books. I truly enjoyed them and am heavily invested in your characters. Hang in there – we’ll be waiting when you are ready to share more with us.

  2. Tia - November 20, 2020 at 3:52 pm Reply

    I can’t wait for the next book to come out on audible. I don’t find a lot of time to sit and read a book any more, but devour my audio books constantly. I just found your Cunning Devil and lived it. Went to go find the next and was so bummed it wasn’t out yet. Then found this post and now am thrilled again. What a rollercoaster!

    I hope things run more smoothly for you and you get a handle on your mental health. Not easy, especially with the current world events.

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