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These are exciting days in The Eye-Dancers universe (or, considering the locales in the story, maybe I should say multiverse)!

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The Eye-Dancers has been available for purchase for a couple of months, and a sequel is now in the works.  I plan to begin writing it within the next week or two, and am looking forward to delving back in to the characters’ worlds, and starting a new adventure.

A couple of months ago, I created the Eye-Dancers Facebook page.  But, quite honestly, other than writing a few announcement-style posts early on, that site has remained mostly dormant.  I’d like that to change, and would love to hear your thoughts.

What kinds of things do you like to see on a Facebook fan page?  My aim is for the Eye-Dancer Facebook page to be its own unique place–a fun and interactive site, worthy to be “Liked”!  Thanks to everyone who has visited and Liked the page so far!  And thanks for your patience over these past few weeks while the site has just kind of sat there, without being updated with fresh content.  It’s time to change that.  And your feedback would be most appreciated.

It’s interesting to think of the “old days” before the Internet and the ability to interact so readily with so many people.  Back then, as an author, you could receive postal mail and hear from readers that way (assuming you even had a wide enough audience for this to happen).  But by and large, you existed in something of a bubble.  You wrote what you wrote, hoped people would enjoy it, but rarely received very much feedback from readers, and then you moved on to your next project.  Whereas in 2013, we can all exchange ideas, give each other feedback, and carry on engaging conversations.  It’s a new world, really, and an exciting one.

I’m grateful to be a part of it, and as always I thank you so much for reading!

–Mike

Next Week Is the Week!

The final tweaks, edits, and changes have been completed, and The Eye-Dancers is just about ready for its release–on Amazon and Smashwords next week.  It’s been a very interesting, fun, and rewarding journey to this point, and I hope the journey is only just beginning.

Writing a novel is certainly a humbling and memorable experience.  The characters come to life and as the author, you really get to know them.  And when the final word is written, you miss them, too.  I hope readers will also feel the same way about Mitchell, Joe, Ryan, and Marc, along with all the rest of the characters in The Eye-Dancers.

Thanks to everyone who’s been following and reading this blog.  More to come soon . . .

By the way, please check out the new Eye-Dancers Facebook page and drop a line over there!

–Mike

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