Greetings, fellow demon lovers. Alexander here. It’s been a while since we’ve talked, so I felt it was time to check in to let you know I’ve not been sitting on my ass staring at a blank screen. After finishing The Morningstar books, I began working on a series called “The Jade books.” This series has proven challenging since I wanted to appeal to a broader audience. Let’s face it books about Lucifer’s family tends to upset a whole group of people needing to be upset. It’s easy to identify these people since they spend a lot of time telling me, an atheist, that I’m going to Hell. To which they receive my standard response, “And that is why I wrote the travel guides.”
After finishing the first book in what is now called “The Harlequin and Jester Trilogy” and talking to many people, I realized blending my more aggressive books with a series geared towards a broader and younger audience was probably not a good idea. Therefore Kieran Wainwright was created. Moving forward, I will publish under both names, Alexander Collas and Kieran Wainwright. This will also allow me to let Alexander off his leash. Yea, I know. How can it get worse? Well, it can, and it’s going to.
So, this post is to let you know you’re waiting has not been in vain. I’ve been hard at work, driving my editor crazy. My new book, The Eternal Dance, is available now on Amazon and is the first in a trilogy. The next two installments, The Midnight Court and The Elemental Council, should be released before the end of 2023.
As for Alexander, don’t worry. Soon I’ll have the next book in the Morningstar universe ready, focusing on the travels of the Archangel Michael and the Rouge Trav from the earlier books. In addition, I plan to explore the life of a soul consigned to the second plane of Hell, Lust, and the keep of its overlord, the Marquis DeSade. These will be dark erotica.
I know there has been a delay since the last book, but in all honesty, The Eternal Dance is the first entirely fictional book I’ve ever written. The Morningstar books were influenced and inspired by friends I’d made and still have from Second Life. Therefore, the characters came effortlessly, and Hell was a familiar landscape upon which to create a story.
As you can see, I have much planned for 2023. Let me end by saying I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your continued support and encourage you to tell others about the books and, most of all, review them on both Amazon and Goodreads. Thank you for your time, and we will talk soon.