I'm not sure why I hadn't done it before, but I am moving my blog from Blogger, to here.
This first post will just be for some general news! Exciting things are happening, I have been pretty busy with work and new opportunities, contributing to a site now called National Sentinel which is pretty exciting. I still have my Goodreads account, so I'd love to connect with my fellow writers and readers on there -feel free to get in touch!
Updates on the writing front:
"Shifting of Seasons: Book 3 of the Jax Jensen Trilogy" should be out before months end! My good friend Gary (check out his designs here) got delayed on the cover, but it is coming, and once it is here the book shall be out! If you haven't checked out the Jax Jensen series, you can here!
I have had some interest shown in my NaNoWriMo project, that's about all I can say on that. Waiting to hear news back, exciting times... and I have also started planning the second novel of the NaNoWriMo series I tentatively titled "Ventures West".
As soon as more news develops I will be happy to share!
Here is some of the concept art so far. (Note: these images are not open for use by any other parties.)
I post on this blog rather sporadically as some of you may have noticed! As I balance out writing with "the day job" I will do my best to post more consistently.
I am also posting my latest novel "Traitor's Games" piece by piece on Wattpad. Revision 3 is almost finished but reader feedback is exceptionally valuable and wattpad offers a good way to get granular comments and polish improvements on the manuscript! See the link at the bottom of the site under my connect info for more ways to view content.
In the future I plan to have a set schedule for posting about other writing-related things, or topics in my interest field such as Table Top War Gaming and Video Games.
Thank you for your support and feedback!
Matthew Taylor was born February 13, 1991 in Simi Valley, California. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from California State University Channel Islands, where he served as treasurer and briefly President of one of the campus's two political clubs. While earning his degree he continued to write and hone his craft, eventually releasing an initial few short stories on Kindle.