Well, Catalyst book 5, "Touring Under Pressure" is finally ending. It went much faster than the others, due to the three posts per week schedule.
As usual, it ends on a positive note (in case you didn't suspect it from the way the last couple of chapters have been going).
The final sequel, "Building a Legacy", finally resumes new material. The whole revision process is finished, so all the stories from here on out will be new.
Generally, I've decided that doing revisions are a bad idea. It seemed like a good idea at the time, and I learned a lot and made the story more consistent and easier to read, but I lost a lot of momentum, most of my fans and I wasted a lot of time.
In general, I think it's better for authors to avoid revisions, learning to improve their writing by trying new techniques in newer books, rather than trying to correct mistakes (procedural) in older stories. We (authors in general) should save revisions until 10 or 20 years later after we've run out of story ideas.
I'll post details about the new story when I launch it this Saturday, May 10th.