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The Constance Series

by on June 29, 2022

I first wrote about Constance on this blog in the short story Treasure back in September 2013 in a prompt for the Trifecta writing challenge. She’d actually come to life, as it were, in 2010 through NaNoWriMo, in a sequel to another NaNo novel, a sequel which, alas, languishes somewhere in the depths of my email folder. At any rate, I couldn’t resist bringing her back, and things went on from there, and so the novel The Angel and the Apocalypse was born.

Now, after long editing and formatting and whatnot, there’s a sequel. Better yet, there’s a series! The Ballad of Evinrude and Eulalie, book 2 in The Constance Series, is live! As to the next one, I have a follow-up written, although given the way book 2 ended, I may end up writing a fourth and making that the sequel to TBEE. (It’s hard to explain). Anyhow, there you are. Enjoy! Happy reading! Etc.!

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