Naked Crow 8. It’s going to come.

Naked Crow 8 - Giant Problems

Yes. This is it. The cover for the eighth book in the Naked Crow series.

Goodness, I still remember the moment when I started writing part 1. I was visiting Gran Hotel Natura on Fuerteventura (which unfortunately closed its naturist doors) and I was reading a naturist fantasy story that was soo poorly written that I thought: I can do better than that.

The enthusiasm that Naked Crow met was actually a surprise for me but also a motivation to keep going. And now part 8 is seeing the light of day.

The e-book will be available on August 10th, on an e-store shelf near you.

Let me tell you what this book is about…

A naturist resort as a place for resident artists. Can you imagine that? Yes, it will happen at the Mighty Oaks. Remarkable artists will stay there for a while, diving into their art – and strange adventures.

Of course, Sheila and Jeremy are part of those adventures.

Slowly, bits and pieces of the history of Mighty Oaks are revealed, as well as a secret the managers of the resort managed to keep for quite a while.

All of this and more will present giant problems for the resident shaman.

Are you ready to face them together with her?

I hope this is enough to fire up your interest for this new book!

Nothing for a long time, and then…

Emma Nelson 1 - See-Through
See-Through – Emma Nelson 1

It feels like last week that I published this book.

What?

Oh. It was last week. Hmm. Thank you for letting me know. So it was last week that I published this book. At the moment of writing this post I have not had any bad reactions yet (I am writing this soon after publication so I am able to say this with an honest face), so hopefully the readers are entertained by Emma Nelson’s first adventure.

As the title of this post says: nothing for a long time… (meaning there were no new books for a considerable amount of pendulum swings…) and then… I have the pleasure to announce that the next Naked Crow book, volume 8 in the series, is ‘en route’ for publication.

My friend Will Forest picked the nits out of the text and had valuable feedback on the story, all of which is now all applied.

Yes, dear readers and followers of this blog, Naked Crow 8 will come out ‘soon’. That is probably next month because having the text in shape is not all there is to it.

Let me treat you to a sneak preview of the cover for Naked Crow 8.

Yes, the title is worth the trouble Sheila and her friends get into. They are for real Giant Problems.

Another sneak ‘preview’ is what this book is about. There are young artists of Native American descent, a few mentors and you also get a peek into Alice Branson’s former life when she was married. That ‘heritage’ combined by a rather gruesome find at the Mighty Oaks, makes Sheila’s recipe for Giant Problems. A good thing about this size of problems is that they won’t fit under your bed, so you can go to sleep safely tonight. I hope.

Happy reading, everyone, and be naked as long and often as you can.

Paul

More on Emma Nelson and Naked Crow 8

Yes, there is something happening.

Wordy grandmaster Will Forest has gone through all the texts and pointed out the things that weren’t clear, looked off, were inexplicable and more of such beauty.

The story of Emma Nelson should go online this week (at least the e-books). I am still fussing with the cover for that but here is a sneak peek:

That being said, it might end up entirely different. Sneak peeks can make that happen. 😉

Naked Crow 8 is taking shape as well. I’m working through that still, as well as the cover which needs a lot of work. That’s the reason I’m not sharing a preview here: so far there is not much to see.

Since it is a very warm day today, I will cut this post short. Sorry, everyone who had perhaps expected more. There will be more – but not now!

Emma Nelson

Yes. That. Who is Emma Nelson, you may wonder?

Emma Nelson is the main character in a new book. It’s an urban fantasy mixed with crime and police work.

It took me a long time to write this because I’m not a crime expert and I wanted this to work. It was definitely an interesting experience to go through. The main writing is done and my good friend Will Forest is kind enough to look it over and provide input on typos and stupidities. (Mine, not his!)

Today I have started to go over his suggestions and pointers where commas should be periods and uppercase things and all that. It’s vital to have someone else look at a story because as a writer you’re bound to miss the most obvious mistakes.

Well, onward and let’s hunt down some more weird mistakes!

P.Z. Walker writing

Until the next time!

Paul

Works in progress

Yes, dear reader,

A new post by P.Z. Walker, and not on PZWalker.com this time. I hope you can forgive me because this is the new ‘home’ for my writing posts.

It’s been a while since the latest Naked Crow book came out. Don’t give up on me: I’m working on book 8, which has given me considerable problems.

The first write got me quite far when I noticed it was going the wrong way so I discarded everything apart from perhaps the first few hundred words. That means a lot of new story and new words, which eats up time. This time however the story is on the right track and it’s also ‘making tracks’. I’ve been able to add quite a lot to it, now the direction is clear. I had to write a complete backstory on someone who isn’t even in this story, just to get and keep the facts straight. It’s the first time I had to do this but I found it helps a lot.

Okay, I mentioned ‘works’ in progress. Unsworth part 3 is slowly coming along. That’s a good thing. My friend, Will Forest, is going over another story I wrote. An urban fantasy in a whole other setting than usual.

There is also book two of Murphys In Space which I am working on, but with the Naked Crow story under steam, that will have to be patient. And there is the Crazy Pictures story I’m developing. That too suffers from Naked Crow-iness. All in due time though.

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