The writing of a book series

Hi Readers,

I’m happy to say that I’m reworking my outline for book three (tentative titled These Moments) in my Nadira Holden, Demon Hunter series. I’m still in draft one with several chapters written. As new ideas pop up and plot holes get fixed, I find myself needing to revise my original outline.

Two tools work for me: deadlines and outlines. As creative as I as, structure and accountability are important to me. Outlines help keep me on track and ensure that don’t lose sight of my original story goals, themes, and plot points. Deadlines, whether public or private, help me manage my time and write more often.

While I won’t spoil the story for those anticipating book three’s release, I will say that I am turning up the heat. You can anticipate more family drama, steamy romance, and intense fight scenes. The demons are no longer hiding in the shadows. The good guys are hurting and must try to come together before all is lost.

Will new powers corrupt our favorite royal demon?

Can Nadira, newly at peace with the demon within, handle what her exiled mother has to say about Children of Orion?

As secrets are revealed and new problems arise, Nadira must wonder if she has any allies left?

Stay tuned for book three, These Moments!

Best wishes,

Azaaa Davis

2 thoughts on “The writing of a book series

  1. For me it’s the most frustrating and exhilarating part of writing a series. When a new twist finally makes everything perfect, but it means having to go back and rewrite huge chunks of a previous novel or a subsequent novel. Literally (see the pun) the agony and the ecstasy!

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