Well, it's done.
I'm not a hundred percent sure what I expected to feel like when I wrapped this up. I had hoped for happy. Honestly, right now, I'm exhausted. Dead Rain was fun to write, but I do think it really kind of hammered home for me the idea that, yeah, I'm done with The Shadow Wars. Not the whole universe, just this particular series.
Which will probably make the rewrite and new material I have to write that much more difficult. But whatever, for now, I'm done.
I hoped I did a sufficient job in wrapping up this prequel trilogy. It was kind of fun to get back into the world of Necropolis again, to revisit Jackson and see it from a different point of view, to fight the undead again. And to add in a few new ones. Plus, it was nice to see Mike and Laura off properly. The original ending of Dead Skies felt too abrupt. This feels more like...they earned it. They really earned getting off of Dis.
That's it. All I got to say. You know the drill: if you have questions, please let me know, and I hope you enjoyed it!
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Dead Rain (A Shadow Wars Companion)Action
A companion novella to The Shadow Wars and a direct sequel to Dead Skies. Laura Walker and Mike Ellis have been through hell. After surviving the infection that hit her isolated research station in the far frozen north, Laura and her few surviving a...