Loss is now available on Amazon.
Writing this story took me to some rather dark places. Imagine that–me exploring dark territory in my writing? Yeah, it’s a fairly bleak tale, but it also has some rather sweet moments. I’d conceived the idea for Loss probably 3-4 years ago, long before my first thoughts of becoming an indie writer. In the days before becoming an indie writer, when I was conforming my story ideas to the lengths suitable for traditional publication–ideas were either short story length or novel length, nothing in between–I considered Loss to be a novel project. But as I tackled the story, carving away what wasn’t necessary, the natural length presented itself. As a result, Loss is very comfortable at 29k (about 110 printed pages). Anything less would’ve felted rushed. Anything longer would have been padded to its detriment.
I hope you consider giving Loss a read. As with all of my work, I put a lot of myself (at least emotionally) into it.
If you’re wondering about my cover artist, I once again used Kealan Patrick Burke at Elder Lemon Design. https://www.facebook.com/ElderlemonDesign. Kealan did another incredible job. One man shouldn’t possess so much talent!