Yep, More Updates

 
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In case you missed it on Twitter, there is the official Hellcats 2 cover!

That's Syl, in case you're curious. And yes, you will be able to see her naked at some point in the near future. Either if you're signed up to my Patreon, or if you wait until I eventually release it to the site.

Spoiler: She looks good naked.

Now, for a few updates. There aren't a great deal, as I've been busy yet again with a lot of behind-the-scenes stuff. So I'll get the important information out of the way.

Hellcats 2 is still on track for a May 1st release. I'm going to stop updating my blogspot with posts, though I will update it with new links and covers whenever I release something new. Because I don't really like to leave messes behind, I'm probably going to get rid of it and focus all my efforts on this website sometime this year. Speaking of which, I gave the website an update! I hope it looks better now. I'll also be releasing nudes to my Patreon on a somewhat more regular basis. Still working out some kind of schedule.

That's basically all the important news there really is. If you want, you can leave now. If you want to, you can stick around and listen to me complain about busywork.

As for what I've been doing for the past week...

I've been dealing with problems.

The first big problem was that I realized I actually didn't like an aspect of the new covers I made. Which meant that I had to remake almost ALL 200+ of them. I had given them a dark border, which I ended up not liking, at least not on the sides. I also realized that I actually really didn't like the font I'd settled on for my Post Apocalyptic stuff, so I found a new one.

Another cover-related thing that really jumped out at me was that I'd reused certain silhouettes too often on the Complete Seasons or Trilogies. This cropped up when I took a look at my Amazon page and saw a lot of them stacked together. I've done the best I could because honestly, there's not like a massive surplus of quality silhouettes that I can easily access. I had to make due with what I've found. I'm so glad that I can finally update to hand-drawn stuff. It looks a million times better.

I also found out that I missed updating a few covers randomly, so they stick out like a sore thumb, and I apparently forgot to update the paperback version of Royal Lust. Actually update, I CAN'T update the book to Royal Lust, at least not accurately, because once you set the title of the book, it is LOCKED forever. So that sucks. I retitled it recently to Royal Lust because that is way more accurate. (Not sure what I was thinking back then.) But it's a bit of a moot point since I'm re-releasing it as a stand-alone novel June 1st!

I also tried to customize some more of the silhouettes. I changed the head-branches on Wanderlust #9, which is about a dryad. I added in another elf girl on Wanderlust #5, stuff like that.

Then there's the text documents. I had to update ALL of the links in the back to reflect that I have published Hellcats and Women of the Wild. This used to be a simpler process, but now I have to feed each file through a formatting program, so it's even more time-consuming.

And, on top of that, I had to straight-up redo all the Paranormal Passion ones because I realized that I had accidentally used the same font as all of my Fantasy stuff for the titles, so I had to give them all a new font.

On top of that, I ended up creating over a dozen brand new pages on the site, deciding to make my four universes a bit more accessible, giving each series it's own page and banner. I hope they look cool.

And I went through and posted all the new, updated covers to the blogspot as well.

I also created a new banner for Twitter and my site! I can finally use new drawn characters! I plan on adding to and then switching out characters as more get created.

That's about it. It's times like this that I kind of wish I had...ANY kind of help, so that I don't have to derail the writing for a solid four-five days to deal with this massive build-up of work. But it's just me, sitting in front of a computer for hours on end. I mean, now I have a pair of very talented women helping me by drawing the covers, but otherwise it's all me doing the writing, editing, formatting, publishing, and all the other odds and ends that go with that. And that's probably how it will be for a long time.

But whatever. May will be a relatively quiet month, seeing Hellcats 2 & 3, and Hellcats: The Complete Trilogy. June is when things will start to heat up. I'm going to use this quiet period to get some serious writing done on Demoness III and Parasexual, and seeing if I can plan out another book for Alien Harem that takes place in between the two Seasons.

Wish me luck!

New Release Schedule

So, I've revised my release schedule again. Hopefully for the LAST time, at least when it comes to very large revisions.

The past few days have told me something and provided ample proof to a theory I had been tentatively fostering for a long time: If I write and release longer titles, they will sell better.

And that has happened.

Now, this isn't necessarily life-changing money. I haven't won the lottery or anything. But, well, if things keep going the way they are now, I can at least stop bitching about bills.

So what's different?

Well, basically, for the rest of the year, I plan on having three tiers of releases.

TIER ONE: Old school re-releases. This began with Hellcats, which is now a #1 Bestseller, so apparently there is still a market out there for my older content. I will be re-releasing an older collection twice a month. On the 1st, and on the 15th. And whenever one gets wrapped up, I'll be releasing a Complete Trilogy or a Complete Collection, with some extra content in there, for 9.99$ in eBook format, and 14.99$ in paperback. The Complete Trilogy/Collection will come out two days following the release of the final title in that particular trilogy/series. Example: Hellcats 3 will launch on May 15, so Hellcats - The Complete Trilogy will launch on May 17.

TIER TWO: Parasexual & Haven. These two get their own particular tier because I don't want to cop out on content I've already promised. I was going to release these as episodic short stories, but with how well Demoness and Hellcats are suddenly doing, it's made me reconsider. So I'm just going to release them as novels! Right now, I plan on Parasexual being a four-novel series, and Haven being a trilogy. But if they prove popular enough and if there's enough demand for it, that could extend. I plan on releasing one of these per month, starting with Parasexual on June 10, then Haven on July 10, and so on and so forth.

TIER THREE: My longer novels. Primarily the DEMONESS series right now, since people seemed to react well to it. Due to the nature of writing the longer form stuff, by which I mean Demoness II got away from me and took longer than I thought it would, I can't nail down a completely accurate timetable, but I am going to shoot for a new novel every two months. As it stands right now, I've got pretty solid ideas for DEMONESS III, IV, & V, with a whole world of possibilities after Part V, so I think I'll end it there temporarily and move on to something else. I honestly want to get to Wild Discovery, cause I also really like writing Sci-Fi Erotica, but if Women of the Wild proves to be really popular, I might take some time and pen a few more of those.

I'm going to be fucking busy.

Eventually Tier One will run out, since it has a hard limit: Sex & Survival. That's the last of the titles to be re-released. At my current rate of two titles per month, Sex & Survival 3 should go up sometime in Mid-2019. So...quite a ways off!

Now, Tier Two should theoretically run out by the end of 2018, but there's a few possibilities of extending it. As I mentioned before, Parasexual or Haven might get a few extra sequels if the people really want it, since the way I tell stories is kind of flexible. There's also the possibility of continuing some of my series that I've already considered wrapped up, as not all of them necessarily came to an end. I pretty much leave all my stories open-ended, because of the way I write, but with several of them, I feel like I've said enough. Wanderlust, for example. I can't imagine continuing that with where it ended. Same with Hellcats. It has a pretty solid ending, I think. But some of the others, maybe not so much. I mean, if I got a good enough idea, I could do another Desire. And there's definitely more that could be done with Sex & Survival. I mainly brought that to an end because no one seemed interested in it anymore, but who knows?

Eventually, Tiers One and Two will run out, and will leave me open for nothing but Tier Three. When this happens, I hope to be able to basically just funnel all my time and efforts into writing longer erotica titles, one at a time, and faster. It's my eventual goal to be able to get about one novel out per month. 

So...yeah. Get ready for more longer erotica!