This week I published both the final, third installment of Atlantic Island as well as the full novel (the Omnibus Edition). It’s a huge milestone for me as a writer to have truly completed my first novel. It’s the longest thing I’ve ever written, coming in nearly a hundred pages longer than Doing the Job. The reviews, including those on Amazon, on Twitter, and told to me personally have been very positive. I’ve been asked several times what comes next. The truth is I’m not one hundred percent sure. I do know I have some other projects coming up (several of those are listed in the word count widget on the side of this blog). After that, there’s a chance I could return to the world of Atlantic Island. The story has many open threads that could be explored in sequels or prequels. I do have a sense that Atlantic Island could become the first book in a true series. Maybe a trilogy. That all depends on a few things that I can’t talk about just yet. Vague enough for you? In the meantime, I would be very open to others exploring that world in whatever way they see fit. Just give me a shout out somewhere on the cover or something. Deal? Deal. I’ll check in soon with some more Kindle Worlds news as well as some specifics on my next project. Thanks for reading!