Future Writing Projects

After a two-year journey I have finally finished my series. It’s a trilogy that I spent much time and effort into something that I really think the readers will enjoy. Being a new author, this whole thing has been a tremendous experience, learning not only the art, but industry itself. I love the challenge to it all, and look forward to more works in the future.

Some people have asked me already, “What’s next?”

Great question, and one that I’m happy to answer.

Back in July when I was wrapping up “Ashes III,” Cannon Publishing reached out to me and asked me if I’d like to write something in their “Fallen Empire” universe. They are a military sci fi and fantasy outfit, and they figured I might be interested. I read The Irish Brigade and decided that I’d really like to give it a go, so now I’m working on a novel for them. It’s about future mercenaries taking contracts on the lawless fringes of a galactic empire. And yes, it’s as awesome as it sounds. I’m over half-finished with the manuscript, so hopefully I’ll have news on a publication date in the near future.

In the meantime, I’ve got this short story that’s been sitting in my hard drive for two years now. I’m not sure what I want to do with it yet, but a friend suggested to me that I need to get this thing out into the wild as well. I figured they’re probably right, so expect that thing to see the light of day soon. Perhaps self-published, maybe with a trad publisher… we’ll have to see.

Anyway, stay tuned… there’s lots more coming.

Published by Shane Gries

World-travelling adventurer with a dry wit and a taste for single malt whisky. Spent my entire adult life in uniform and most of that as an infantryman--with all the accompanying ailments one would expect from such a lifestyle. Looking forward to the day when I can dedicate myself to writing full time, cutting firewood, and pursuing the elusive white tail.

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