Update and a treat

I’ve been trying to do my best to keep you in the loop of what I’m working on. I finished the first draft of episode 13 about an hour ago. This is a confession of a philanthropist. All I can say is… well I’m not even sure what to say. I probably shouldn’t say anything.

As I work on the rewrite for episode 13 I’m writing 14, which is going to be very interesting indeed.

No word yet on a release date for episodes 10, 11 and 12. They are with my editor. As soon as I have an update I will let you know.

Meanwhile my next serial has been forming. I wanted to give all of you a sneak peak into Violin in Darkness, which will be an episodic series because my creative flows best in this manner.

The episodes will be released in groups of three in a novella with each episode numbered and then a volume will be released. That won’t be until later in the year because London Brown is my priority.

Yes, Dark Rapture is still in the works including the two subsequent stories.

I can’t wait to share the cover for Violin in Darkness! But for now I wanted to give you the series blurb.

Violin in Darkness (Episodic Series) by Leila DeSint

At the age of fourteen an accident claimed Jun Santo’s parents and her sight. Plunged into darkness, she only sees flashes of color when playing her violin.

Left as the ward of a family friend, Aleksandar Gjoni, she hones her skills to become a world-renowned violinist. Despite knowing better, she falls hard for her guardian, but the feelings aren’t returned. Crushed by his rejection, she sets up a place, she can call home. Finally, living her life on her own terms, a brutal home invasion leaves her sense of security shattered and the police have few leads.

Ever dutiful, Alek rushes to her and stands by her over the course of her recovery. Supportive and caring, he encourages her to put the incident and its trauma behind her. In a heated exchange, he confesses his long denied feelings and declares he will pursue her.

Tired of being afraid, she hires a company to do what the police have failed to, solve the case and protect her.

In strolls unassuming Kyle Nolan the tortured ex-special forces officer, discharged under mysterious circumstances. While fighting his attraction to her, he uses a dark and twisted game to push her to recall suppressed memories from her attack, of which he has seemingly grown obsessed.

Casting what she endured into darkness or shedding light on the truth threatens not only to unravel the case, but Jun, herself.

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