The keen-eyed among you will have noticed that last week I posted the final chapter of The Ferryman’s Apprentice.
That really is the end of the story. It’s done. The story has been told.
I know this doesn’t matter to anyone else as much as it matters to me, but for me it really does feel like the end of an era. That story has been going since late 2016 — that’s about three and a half years now. Hiatuses and all.
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone who’s read the story — even if it wasn’t your thing, even if you gave up halfway through, even if you got busy and stopped but will totally get back to it one day, you swear. It means a lot that people actually stop by my little Internet hut and stay to read.
And extra-special thanks to everyone so far who’s bought a copy of the book, or has supported me on Patreon. You all know you’re just encouraging me, right?
This isn’t a full update on what’s coming next; that’s coming in a couple weeks. But there’s a little housekeeping that needs to be done at the moment.
On Twitter, I’m about to link a couple of polls regarding what you want to see from the blog in the upcoming months. The Patreons have already had a crack at it, and now I’m looking for more general opinions.
(Shameless plug: If you’d like more input into upcoming decisions of this nature, please consider supporting my Patreon – even one dollar per month gives you access to the polls about blog ideas.)
Twitter polls are here and here, if you want to throw your hat in the ring.
Update blog post to come soon. Meanwhile I’m going to go keep working on some content for you fine folks.