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Maybe I Should Write a Novel About a World Where it Never Quits Raining?

Urrrg, I am sooooo sick of this weather. Rain, sun, hot, cold, make up your mind! It's messing with my mojo. Kinda makes me think of Rabid where all it did was rain for days. How depressing. Think I'll lay off writing for a few days, or the plot of my new trilogy will end up unfolding in some flooded region...

Hmmm, on second thought, maybe I should write a book about rain, people barely surviving, waiting for the sun, after a seemingly undending downpour. Waiting for the Sun, yep, that's it. Pssst, if any of you are planning on stealing my idea or book name, be forewarned, I wrote Feral, Rabid, Nocturnal, and D.N.A. in less than three months altogether. ;)

Of course, I'll have to pitch this idea during some future Skype meeting with the publishers and see if they'll bite. Trust me, I've run maybe three or four ideas past them that were shot down with surface-to-air missiles in a flash!


I've Wrapped Up the Plotting for My New Trilogy!

Hello sci-fi fans, Jami Lynn here. I wanted to let you know that I have finally wrapped up the plots for three new books, which will comprise my next trilogy. I believe I've already let it slip that I have two new series to release, but I chose the one that has inspired me the most...and it's a doozie. I can't really say much or else the bosses will ground me, lol, but I can tell you that it is dark like Underworld, The Crow, and Escape From New York. In my usual fashion, I've tiptoed around vampires, werewolves, and zombies and created a new beast. But this time, the beast is the hero among a society of miscreants, and besides this monster, my new trilogy won't be full of rabid creatures. Not to worry though, it won't disappoint. In fact, I think it'll be even more thrilling than the Werecat Saga. But I could be saying that because my unusual approach to writing has me living the story as I write the plots and pages. With Feral, Rabid, Nocturnal, and D.N.A., I literally wrote the plots while loosely daydreaming about each story, and I would write them until 3-4 AM in the morning. I find I write amazingly fast if I dwell on the story all day long, then binge write at night.

I will most likely finish the first book in the next month, but I am hearing it's a looooong way off before my next book will be released. I guess I got to give Dru, James, Gordon and the gang time to catch up to me, haha. You hear that, Roger, get to writing more Kill Factor so I can get back in the game! They know I'm only teasing. I love 711 Press and I love my new fans. I promise to keep you all happy :) See you next blog ;)

Jami Lynn