Important Update Regarding “Lord of the Night Realm: Book II – Reunion” Serialization

It is with regret that I must announce that the serialization for Lord of the Night Realm: Book II – Reunion will be coming to a premature end. Life has taken one unexpected turn after another since starting the serial in May, including a dire family emergency and personal emotional challenges. Routines crumbled and everything else fell off track, making it especially difficult to put them back into place.

This absolutely does not mean that Book II won’t be completed. Rather, this gives me the freedom to write at my own pace while also giving it the time and consideration that it deserves. I personally feel that the quality of Book II has suffered in recent chapters due to aforementioned events coupled with arbitrary deadlines. Additionally, ending serialization early will allow me to better care for myself without the looming stress of releasing chapters “on time”. Not to mention it eases the stress placed on my editor, whose had their own set of life troubles the past couple of months.

Lord of the Night Realm: Book II – Reunion will end serialization with the release of Chapter 46 on August 19, 2022. This chapter marks the end of the book’s first arc—a chapter that I personally love which shows many lively and pleasant moments while darker events still loom on the horizon…

Book II is currently slated for a Q1 2023 print and e-book release, but this is subject to change. Please keep tabs on my website, Twitter, Instagram, or Patreon/Ko-fi for any news or updates. I’ll certainly be sharing them as the writing process continues.

The best advice I read said to have your story completely written before you serialize, and twice now I’ve ignored it. With my lesson learned, I can move forward with writing Book II at a pace that works for me while also setting aside time for future story projects, including a brand new serial series.

Thank you so much for your understanding, and I look forward to delivering the completed Book II in the not-so-distant future—July is already half over, for Triad’s sake!