The Holy Void is out to get you

And another one done! A new baby has been released into the cruel world. It’s the fifth installment of my Dome of Souls series: The Holy Void
The other books are: Dome Child, The Anatomy of Anarchy, Jeronimo, Red Angel 42 and now it’s the time of The Holy Void.
The Holy Void was an easy book to write, since it was all pretty clear to me what was supposed to happen and most importantly how it was supposed to end.
I cannot say the same thing about the (maybe) final (?) book in the Dome of Souls series that I have started writing since middle of August. I’m 25.000 words in at the moment and I have no clue yet how to end this book and (maybe) the entire series with it 😉
Number six will be a hard book to write. But who knows, maybe it’s not the end and when I’ve reached 80.000 words or more, I might decide that there will be a number seven? No clue yet, and that’s the fun of it. Let’s see where those characters will take me.
But I’m getting ahead of myself, now it’s the time for The Holy Void.

Bahrein! I’ve been writing about the Bahrein since The Anatomy of Anarchy and now it’s their turn finally and we are dropping by their home planet. Humans thought the Bahrein discovered them during the times of Jeronimo, but the readers of the Dome of Souls series know better – since there was this certain guy called Lofgar who played a pivotal role in The Anatomy of Anarchy. The humans Arion and Jamie, who arrive at Bahrein now, a few thousand years later, are in for a surprise 🙂
It was great fun to connect back to Jeronimo and The Anatomy of Anarchy with The Holy Void. But that’s just a side plot of course, since the main happenings are around the bad guys = the House of Kol, and the new good guys around the House of Mar. Arion and Jamie soon wade ankle-deep in Bahreinian intrigues and the grapple for power.

What is left for me to say is that I hope some people will enjoy reading The Holy Void, while I struggle through writing Dome of Souls book number six! Will it be the last one??? Maybe, maybe not 😉 Cheers!