On the writing front, I need your help. Yes, yours. I am soliciting opinions. Those that are readers or writers of speculative fiction, especially younger ones, I want advice. And if you fit in neither of those categories, your feedback would still be welcome. It doesn't matter if your name is not Abby.
As I noted last week, Double Dragon Publishing has accepted my novel Witchery for publication. That is scheduled for November, 2016, or possibly October.
So here's my question: Should I turn all my writing efforts toward a sequel of Witchery, or should I continue on work on the current paranormal romance?
I am almost 60,000 words into the first draft of Saving Atlantis and I know where the story is going and how it is going to end. I just have to figure out some of the details about getting there.
On the other matter, I haven't written a single word of the Witchery sequel, which would be tentatively titled Witchcraft. I do have an idea for a probable beginning but that's all. No plot, no additional characters, no conclusion. But if I can get it done, it would be ready for submission to the publisher about the time Witchery comes out and be ready for publishing a year later or less.
So, dedicated readers, what should I do? Continue with the current project or start the new one? Please contribute your two dollars worth on the contact page or on the comments section here.
Thank you for any help, and I hope you enjoy the rest of the holiday season.