I originally intended to complete the Far From Home series with one novella and three novels. However the story I have planned is far bigger than I first thought, and so I have decided to jettison the idea of finishing Far From Home with novels and return it to its serialized roots, instead.
I’m still in the process of getting everything in place so that I can do it, but I will be writing Series Three as 15 episodes. You can count on there being at least 1 per month . . . but I’m hoping to put out 2. Don’t quote me on that (I know some of you still will!) but that’s my goal. I have other writing responsibilities that have to happen in-between, too. But this format allows me to do that – and have a lot of fun with the story.
So by the end, Far From Home will consist of 30 parts. Some of them novella length, some novel length. As a whole it’ll be close to half a million words long.
At the end of Vengeance (Far From Home 15) I left the series on perhaps the biggest cliffhanger yet, with everything thrown up in the air. Spectre (Far From Home 16) will delve into events that took place parallel to those in Vengeance, and then pick up where it left off.
These last fifteen installments of Far From Home will tie up every loose end that’s thus far been left hanging, and as the title of this post suggests, I plan to rock your socks off doing so.
I’ll have more details on when you can expect the first episode (#16) in Series Three to arrive. But in the meantime, here is the cover: