Wizard Omega, Book Four, is out as an eBook and doing well. The print version should be out in another month, and my audio producer assures me the narrator, Guy Williams, will be finished with the audio version of Wizard Omega in early December (just in time for Christmas). Yay!
Although not quite as large as the previous book (Wizard Scout), a lot happens in Wizard Omega, Book Four, which sets the stage for the rest of the story arc. Also, the last of the primary characters for the story arc are introduced to the readers in Wizard Omega.
So what’s going to happen next in the life of our favorite wizard scout, Rick, and his battle computer, Nick? Well, I obviously can’t tell you. That would spoil the mystery, right? But I will say for those of you who like large-scale battles, I think you’ll enjoy Wizard Rebellion, Book Five, when it’s released Summer of 2017.
(Note: I know that sounds like a long time away, but when you’re working a full time job and writing in your spare time, it goes by really quick. Trust me.)
I want to say thanks to all of you who’ve taken the time to write and tell me what you think of the Intergalactic Wizard Scout Chronicles. To those of you who’ve given praise, thank you, it keeps me motivated. To those readers who’ve pointed out flaws in my writing, thank you as well. You’ve helped make me a better writer. I do take your critiques to heart and try to do better the next time. The story is the story, but I owe it to you, the wizard scout fans, to write down Rick’s and Nick’s story the best I'm able. Hopefully, the writing in each book is a little better than the last.
Well, all for now. It’s back to writing. The story’s in my head struggling to get out on paper (or computer screen as the case may be), but it’s not going to type itself.