It is a week since I posted the first chapters of Duel and Duality, and I'm highly chuffed at the numbers of downloads votes and feedback it has generated, so many thanks for those ---although more feedback is always welcome! There are lots of dangling threads to the story, as you will be aware of as the tale proceeds, which brings me to the question I posed. Should I reinforce success and quickly write a sequel---I've lots of ideas and plots running around in my head,--- or should I finally get around to finishing Book IV of 'Over the Hills'?
I know that there is a small core (quite small, very small) of dedicated Dewey Desmond fans, and I feel I owe it to them to continue his saga. If I was a 'real' author I could probably write both a sequel and Book IV at the same time ---multi-tasking I think it's called--- but I'm only able to do one thing at time.
The D&D posting schedule will have the last 2 chapters posted on 10th June. After that I will make an executive decision ( ie toss a coin) to see which story gets written first.
As usual any comments from my reader will be welcomed.