Plans for 2018 and beyond!

Hi, folks! Dane here, and today I’ve got something a little different. As it’s coming up to the end of the year and it’s the kind of thing that one does, I thought I’d take a look at the year ahead and share a few of my plans for it.

I guess the first thing to mention is the launch of Driven, my upcoming detective novel. That’s due for release on Saturday 27th January 2018 and you can get involved by clicking here to support my Thunderclap or signing up to mailing list for updates!

I’ll also be helping a client to publish a book that I’ve been ghostwriting for them and that will be dropping in early 2018, so that’s very exciting, too.

 

Dane Cobain - Driven

Dane Cobain – Driven

 

After that, I’m far from finished. I’m hoping to have another poetry book out at some point in 2018 because the current one is two thirds complete, and I also have a couple more books in the Leipfold series that are ready to go into editing with Pam Elise Harris, my editor. I started and finished both of those books this year, so that’s something.

On top of that, I’m a good 45,000 words into Meat, my novel that’s set on a factory farm. I’m hoping to finish that around March/April time to leave me the rest of the year free to work on some other projects. I have a few ideas about what I’ll probably be working on, but I can’t share that just yet. Maybe later.

Then there are all sorts of other cool projects, like Scarlet Sins, a collection of short stories and songs, and a project called Oceanus which I literally have no idea what to do with. Rest assured, though, that I’m probably going to do something…

I have lots of other cool stuff up my sleeve, of course, but I don’t want to keep you for too long. Rest assured though that while 2017 has been a year of getting my foundations in place, 2018 is going to be an exciting year full of new books and new stuff! In the meantime, be sure to follow me on Facebook and Twitter for further information and to sign up to my mailing list for more. I’ll see you soon!

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