Silent. That's how I feel I've been as an author lately. So I just wanted to give an update. This summer, I've been working on a large freelance project (because that's how I pay the bills), and it's been overwhelming. I'm actually putting together a coffee table book of 125 years of history for a nearby college, but you can imagine how much time 125 years can take, more than I even thought. Anyway, this project is winding to a close and when that happens I'll be back on that horse, louder than ever, I hope, because I've made some choices recently professionally that will allow writing and all the fun engaging and launch takeovers to become more central in my professional and creative life. And I'm so looking forward to it. That, and making tons and tons of Halloween crafts with my four-year-old. Yes, always, always that.
I'm excited to finish Shattered World, the second book in the Dreamer Saga trilogy and delve back into these worlds I'm creating. Until then, my bloodstream is coffee and back into history I go. See ya on the flip-side of September!
K.M. Randall writes fantasy and paranormal for both a general and young adult audience. Her debut novel, an epic fantasy called Fractured Dream, launched in June 2014, and her second book, The Reaper's Daughter, launched May 2015. Randall also published Fairytale Lost, a prequel to Fractured Dream, as an exclusive on Wattpad. She blogs about dreams, female heroines, and activism and its relevancy to the literary and fictional world. And when in the season, sometimes she just likes to talk about Halloween. She is currently hard at work on the second book in the Dreamer Saga series, Shattered World.