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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Writing Updates for November 2017—New Releases and 2018's First Books!

Hello! It's finally time for another update. As usual, I'm going to try to keep it short and sweet.

Starting with new releases, Ms. Vengeance is out on November 23rd, 2017. The novel follows Mizuki 'Misty' Himura, an artist who is brutalized by a pack of thugs in an alley. After a long recovery, she dedicates her life to exacting her vengeance and punishing the sex offenders in her city. If you're a fan of classic exploitation films from the 70s and 80s, I think you'll like this one. On December 21st, I'll be releasing Her Suffering, a disturbing supernatural horror novel about a young woman who is sexually assaulted by a malevolent entity. If you enjoyed my previous supernatural books, like Madness at Madison Mall or In the Name of the Devil, this one is for you.

The first quarter of 2018 has already been scheduled, although I'm still re-writing and editing some of the drafts. On January 18th, 2018, I'll be releasing Our Dead Girlfriend. The book follows a group of teenage boys who discover a fresh dead body in the woods. After some deliberation, they decide to keep the body as their girlfriend. On February 15th, I plan on releasing Sympathy for the Widow. (I might change the title.) The book is a horror-thriller about a widow who seeks vengeance against the man who 'got away' with her husband's murder through an insanity defense. It's one of the most violent novels I've ever written—expect the unexpected.

In March 2018, I hope to release a novel about a teenager who is sent to live with his grandfather after a prank lands him in serious trouble. He finds himself bumping heads with the man. And, to his dismay, he finds that his grandfather is not afraid to punish him. I have a title for the book already, but I'm not ready to release it. I've also completed two other first drafts for 2018, but I'll share more when we get closer to those dates.

I've kept myself busy for the past few months. I spend eight to ten hours a weekday writing, editing, and proofreading. I spent another ten hours on the weekends doing the same. I really work every day. I am exhausted, but I'm also grateful. Thank you for reading my books. I truly appreciate it. If you have the opportunity, please take a few minutes and leave a review on the last book you read of mine. It helps more than you can imagine.

Thanks again,
Jon Athan
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