Delays and What to Expect with Ocean’s Heart

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Hey folks, happy Saturday!

Hope you all are well. I’ve got some news regarding the current status of things for the book and the next couple weeks. So get strapped in! Hopefully I can keep this brief.

To start, there are some serious delays on the book edit. I’ve made some progress, but I’m still only in Session 3, when I was hoping to be in Session 5 by this time. I’m also facing some difficulties with certain legal elements of publishing due to a company I hired to assist me. It’s likely too late to correct the error this time, but it has been a headache and a half. Next time, I’ll just find a lawyer for these services as I suspect I would be much farther along if I did.

I’ve already considered options for what to do during that time, and so there will still be weekly content! For the time being, it will be various information that details lore, expands character information, and hopefully acts as a fun guide through the world of Ashar.

As for the story itself, we are fast approaching the end. Tomorrow, I’ll be releasing the last chapter of Session 12! Originally, there were going to be 5 chapters in Session 12, but after reviewing the remaining chapters, I feel like the story is better served with this as the closing chapter. So, the chapters that release after this will be a two part Epilogue! You can expect the first part next Sunday.

But that’s all I have for now. I’m sad to see these delays, but they are just a part of life, you know? I’m not going to let them get in the way of my excitement at completing my first book! So be sure to check out Session 12, Chapter III tomorrow! Let me know if its a good conclusion, I put a lot of effort into hitting all the right notes to bookend the first step in Selene’s journey.

Hope you all have a great weekend!

By DT-Brennan

Hello, my name is Drake Brennan and I'm an avid reader and lover of all forms of storytelling. This site will be my place to both celebrate the great works of literature, particularly in the fantasy and sci-fi genres, alongside my own attempts to craft stories of my own. All constructive criticism is welcome and appreciated.

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