Have no fear - The Scion’s story is not yet over. However, unfortunately my publisher has decided to close down. As of the end of May, The Scion will no longer be available on Amazon. (So if anyone out there hasn’t yet got a copy, now is the time!)
‘So what’s the future for The Scion? Is this the end? Wasn’t there a sequel planned?’ I hear you shout.
I’ll answer this with a quote from Frank Herbert: ‘There is no real ending. It’s just the place where you stop the story.’
‘But the Dune saga went on a bit, didn’t it?’ you reply.
‘Well… Dune was excellent… And I quite liked the first few sequels…’
‘Are you saying you did lose interest then?’
‘Maybe I’d partaken of too much spice. I’d overdosed. My irises were altering to match those of Paul Atreides. I had to stop.’
Anyway, I have no intention of ending The Scion’s story just yet. The sequel is almost finished and there is another planned (A trilogy! Woot! Woot!). So my protagonist, Septimus Esterhazy, is out there trying to find another publisher on my behalf. Will he succeed? Only time will tell. But he is a persistent bugger and keeps telling me more stuff about him that I dutifully transcribe.
I’d like to take this moment to say a huge thanks to Safkhet for publishing my debut and throwing me out there into the world. We’ve come a long way together in a short time, and it has been a lot of fun. Thanks again to everyone who bought the book, read it, reviewed it and supported my fledgling efforts. There will be more.
|Sep sets out on another mission for the Sassrit...