Getting back on the horse

Ever since I broke my leg back at the end of December, I have not been as diligent in writing regularly. In fact, weeks have gone by where I did not write or revise a single word. You might think with so much time on my hands I would spend all my time in a typing frenzy. But you would be wrong there. I read some, watched a few shows, and mostly felt miserable, but I wrote very little. Nor did the muse take me after I was up and walking again. I was surprised at how much a physical disability could affect me emotionally.

But I’m back! I have a prequel that I hope to have ready for beta-readers (i.e. my students) within the next couple of weeks, and soon after I can get it published. Once done with that I can get back to the second book in the series. I’m excited about both stories. I have spent a lot of time and energy on both and I can’t wait to share them with the world!

About Aaron K. Redshaw

Aaron's goal for writing is to create believable characters in fantasy or science fiction worlds that do not leave out the element of faith in a personal and loving God. He is an English teacher at a large public high school, the senior co-pastor of New Hope Church in Scotts Valley, CA (newhopesv.org), and a father and husband in a wonderful family which he hopes to someday patent.
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