Vampires of Michigan: Pandemic
The title of this post is a teaser for a sequel I've been mulling over for a while. I know, I know, I keep announcing my next project only to bail a day later.
The problem of course is twofold.
The first issue is not knowing how things will turn out. That's a pretty tough position for a novelist to be in, especially if one wants an intricate plot.
Then there's the problem that writing about reality cuts into the escapism that is part of why I write.
I suppose I could go all-in on wishcast/Mary Sue type work, but I like to think I'm above such things.
Still, I've got a notion how it would work, so maybe once the vaccine and election work their way through, I'll get to work. Though it sold less than some of my other books, Vampires of Michigan did get some of the strongest fan response I've seen. I'm pretty sure people would read it.
Maybe next year.
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