Craze’s point of view still has a prominent place in the third book of the Backworlds series, Boomtown Craze, as there can’t be a boom on Pardeep Station without major input from the burly bartender.
The story begins with the arrival of a deranged Backworlder with a very strange business proposition. Her conversation with Craze reveals a connection to a bad dude heard whispered about in the first book.
Dactyl’s point of view now becomes relevant. He has ties to this worst of the worst dastard. His dark past has been hinted at. In Boomtown Craze, some of his heinous history is revealed.
At the end of Stopover at the Backworlds’ Edge, Captain Talos went off with the Jix, Gattar, to distribute more of the discovered mind-control weapon to Pardeep Station’s enemies. So, it became necessary to add in his point of view to find out how his mission is going.
At first, it was difficult for me to write outside Craze’s head, but after a bit of practice, the other voices became as fluent as his to me.
Have you written books from more than one point of view? Did you enjoy it? Do you like to read books from multiple points of view? George RR Martin certainly proved it can be quite popular.
The Renaissance of Hetty Locklear Paperback Giveaway Winners
My first ever Goodreads Giveaway was a lot of fun. Leanne Holmes and Angela Haugen are the winners of a signed paperback. Congrats ladies!
Dark Prelude, Book 3 in the Moonsong series by EJ Wesley
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Jenny Moonsong recently inherited the title of “monster hunter” and an ancient tribal journal/how-to manual passed down by her Apache ancestors. Unfortunately, a lot of on-the-job training is required to be a monster hunter, and unlike her computer repair business, this gig could literally kill her.
Dark Prelude finds the feisty protagonist, Jenny, searching for her best friend Marshal’s missing father in the midst of a freak, West Texas winter storm. To survive the frigid night, she’ll have to deal with a hated town rival, face a monstrous creature no Moonsong hunter has ever encountered before, and undo a mysterious curse. Can she keep everyone alive? If not, who will pay the ultimate price?
Dark Prelude is the third volume of the Moonsongs Books, an ongoing series of New Adult, paranormal-horror-action novelettes by author E.J. Wesley.
(These stories contain language and content better suited for readers 17+)
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