I'm Robert E Kreig and I make stuff up.
Today, as I sit on my computer (not literally) considering the direction of the final few chapters of my current work-in-progress, I also feel a deep sense of satisfaction regarding another project, The Woodmyst Chronicles.
With the last book (A Farewell to Woodmyst) complete and now available, I can rest.
The work is done.
But, it isn't.
My current work-in-progress revisits the world in which Woodmyst is set. It's not a directly linked story, but a separate tale involving new characters in a land faraway from the places visited in The Woodmyst Chronicles. In a way, I feel I've bitten off more than I can chew thanks to external factors and obstacles contributing to slowing my writing progress. At the moment, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, but I can also see the potential for this book to become the header for another series.
So, is the work all done?
The Woodmyst Chronicles is available in its entirety, with all ten books ready to purchase.
I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did writing them.
All the best and happy reading,