I swear I’m writing. Honest.

April, 2015. That’s when The ABC’s of Dee came out. Since then, crickets. No new teasers for upcoming works, no updates on upcoming releases, just nothing. You may be wondering if I’ve stopped writing. Hardly. I’m busier than ever. I’m currently working on four, yes, four books at the moment. Unheard of for me. I like to take my work one book at a time. However, this multitasking isn’t as bad as I thought it would be.

So what AM I working on and WHEN will they be out? Well, that my friends is the million dollar question. I don’t know. One book, Enigma, is done and has been submitted to publishing houses via my agent. I’m going to try the traditional market on this one.  I can not WAIT for people to read this one. It’s unlike anything I’ve written yet. I’m also terrified of anyone reading it. If I hear anything on this, you can bet your bottom dollar you’ll be hearing about it here. In the meantime, she sits in wait.

Enigma coverf

Okay. Fine. What about the other projects? Well, two of those are sort of top secret at the moment, but they too, are going the traditional route. One will be finishing in January, and then shipped out to a publishing house that wants to see it and the other is still in first draft form so there are no current deadlines in place.

What about an indie book? Well, that’s the last project. I’m about 15 chapters into the first draft of that one. I can’t put a release date on it until I have finished my first draft… only then can I estimate how long it’s gonna take me to make it readable. (First drafts are not pretty, people).

I also just put Pulled and The ABC’s of Dee up for auditions for audio books and both are being shopped around for film interest so if anything comes of that, I shall let you know.

And finally, I was interviewed for the Pen Bay Pilot for a follow-up interview that they did on me last year during Nanowrimo. You can read about that here: Where is she now?

So that’s the scoop. Now it’s time I go back to the edits. The sun has risen and so must I.


Danielle Bannister, author and editing staller. 



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