So I promised to be a better blogger than I have been in the last few weeks and here I am. Again. LOL. Today I’m including the Q and A I revealed from my August newsletter. This is basically comprised of the most frequently asked questions from readers to me via email. Hopefully it will answer a question one of you had thought about. If not, feel free to shoot me an email. I’ll try to answer without giving too many spoilers about future books. LOL.
Q and A Session:
1. Are you going to do a story about Balal and Assa?
A: I do expand further on Balal and Assa’s love in the novella The Overlord’s Heir but at this time don’t see myself pursuing their story further.
- Will you write more about Vaan and Mikayla?
A: I’m not sure. I never say never but I think for now they are in a good place. This doesn’t mean you won’t see more of them because they definitely have cameos in Tarik and Argan’s story.
- Will Argan get a story?
- Will other Warlords get a story?
A: I think so. In my head, I have plans to branch out to other races but I do love the guys.
- What is the name of the planet in Honor Bound and are there other races?
A: The world is Taka. Yes, there are other races and I plan to explore them further.
- You don’t mention all of Vaan’s Warlords. What are their names?
A: Heehee. This is true but for all of you wonderful folks, I will share a secret. I didn’t know how to include fifteen extra people without bogging the book down. I did manage to reference nine or at least have them speak one line in HB. But here they are: Balal, Kavan, Argan, Carog, Ramar, Tolan, Eatan, Marin, Marek, Lima, Janak, Hason, Amrod, Keil and Sulon.
- Do you plan to write another Alpha Squad book?
A: Yes, in fact, Harkum is supposed to be next but Cal from the Delta Squad keeps pushing in. I’ll let them fight it out and keep you posted.
2 thoughts on “Q and A about the Warlord Series”
Sounds like you have lots of wonderful plans for new stories. This is why I love series, reading and writing them.
Thanks Susan. Loved the warrior and the biologist
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