Three Hoodies Save the World

Constant moaning and whinging about everything


Progeny of Kongomato is finished.

Well, when I say finished I’ve still got a couple of dozen or more re-writes to do. It’s a relief because I began with absolutely no idea how it was going to go, but with the certainty that it would be the last one. But now, on the final page I just realised that there might have to be another. I like cliffhangers just like everyone else; you know those silly endings you get at the end of all those B movies we (or is that I) loved so much.

Of course I could just leave it without the cliffhanger since the book is all finished.

I’ll see how I feel in a few months, and ultimately, sales will decide.


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  1. Congrats! 🙂

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