I’ll be spending the spring polishing Transplant Legacy (Linc Malloy Book 6) in which Linc is hired to transport a human kidney and becomes embroiled and imperiled in a search for a domestic terrorist. The quest takes Linc and Marsh across the continent to the other Washington and back west to the wilds of Oregon.
Jiangnan Legacy (Linc Malloy Book 7) is about halfway through plotting with a few rough scenes, and development will continue while I polish up Book 6. Jiangnan refers to a shipyard in mainland China.
Work will also continue on a few long-term projects. A paranormal psychological thriller entitled, Entangled, taking its name from the quantum physics effect.
A science fiction tale of Lincoln James Malloy the Twelfth which, if ever published, will likely NOT retain the Malloy moniker, though it’s a fun gimmick for now. (The female-only generations honored the tradition, but went by the nickname Connie or Lindsey).
Lastly, I’ll be keeping notes for a Do No Harm sequel. It's begging for it.
So many words; so little time.
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