The Broken Worlds Trilogy

It was around 20 months ago that I posted the first chapter of Alternate, the first part of the trilogy. Today I’m posting the final two chapters of Coalesce, the final book in the series. This is without a doubt the longest continuous story I’ve written. There are definitely some highlights in there. Some of my favorite characters I’ve created. Without a doubt there are also mistakes. It is quite challenging to write such a long story and keep everything in order. There’s 275 000 words in it after all. Anyway, I hope you’ve enjoyed reading it. I sure enjoyed writing it.

Here’s links to all three parts.

Book One: Alternate

Book Two: Disperse

Book Three: Coalesce

So what’s next? I’m happy to say it’s a return to the world of Balaria. I’ve neglected it for too long. I have three stories in the works, though it will be a while until the first one is ready to go. There’s also a sci-fi story I’ve been writing on and off as a distraction. Hopefully it’ll make an appearance at some point as well.

With all that said there will be a gap in posting stories. Maybe some short stories once in a while while I get something longer done. But that’s all I really have to say for now. So, until I have something new to share 🙂

Disperse – Chapter 19 – End

Finally, it’s here. The last chapter of Disperse, the second book in the Broken Worlds trilogy. I hope you’ve enjoyed it and look forward to the final part of the series.

PDF Link: Disperse

I’m not sure whether I’ll start putting out the third book immediately following this or if I’ll put out something else. Including the third part in the series, I have four longer works from which to choose what to start putting out next. Some are still unfinished, but most are at a point where I could start posting chapters. There are some short stories I’ve been meaning to polish and finish. Maybe I’ll get through a few of those before posting anything long term. We’ll see. The good news is that there’s plenty of stuff for me to work on so you can expect more writing to come your way at a steady pace.