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Original Fiction: Here’s What’s Coming Next

“Sodom by the Susquehanna”
Cover Art. © Paul Hair, 2017.
Mortal Gods: “HVT” finished two weeks ago or so and The Stought Brothers: “The Mystery at the Market” nears its serialized story completion. So it’s time to look at what stories are in the works here at Liberate Liberty and Liberty Island Magazine. And two of the next tales scheduled for publication are, Mortal Gods: “Sodom by the Susquehanna,” and, “Letters of Marque and Reprisal.”

Liberate Liberty has provided some glimpses of Mortal Gods: “Sodom by the Susquehanna” and “Letters of Marque and Reprisal” during the past few months. The summaries of the stories remain the same.

Also, the plan to have a looser and less consistent publication schedule for these serialized stories remains. In other words, new installments might not occur every week and might not occur on the same day of the week.

So when will the first chapter of each story be published? I don’t know yet. However, I would like for the first one of each to appear in the next two weeks. If not during this time, then before the end of the month.

This is later than I had originally planned (as I noted in earlier posts at Liberate Liberty). However, by publishing these stories on irregular schedules it may allow me to start publishing other stories as well. And that might allow me to get caught up on beginning to publish all the stories I have advertised at Liberate Liberty.

In the meantime, enjoy the new cover art for, Mortal Gods: “Sodom by the Susquehanna” (top image). It’s different than the cover art for the story that I previously previewed.

Harrisburg, Pa. and the Susquehanna River.
© Paul Hair, 2016.

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