Despite my self-imposed medical retirement, sometime in the next month or so, I will start reading back through the whole Blue Horizon series, making much-needed revisions to the text. After looking through some of the old tales, I realized with horror that a number of un-edited versions of the stories were used instead of the finished and polished editions. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find the spit-and-polished files on any of my backup discs, so I'm going to make the effort to go through that process once again to correct this oversight.
I am embarrassed at what I've seen released online and in the printed books, so I'm going to make this my priority for a while. I'll be cleaning up grammar mistakes, typos and while I'm at it, I think I'm going to make some changes to some of the background characters and also to one of the major running themes that's ongoing through the whole storyline that I was never really happy with.
Liz Jackson, the talented artist who created the cover art for Sunset of Furmankind, Second Chance, A Wilder West and Hoenix, will start work on each of the Blue Horizon covers soon. I've long wished for actual cover art instead of the generic color covers I've used for years, and I'm pleased that she's agreed to commission them for me. This will come just in time to coincide with the revisions, so when each cover is completed, a revised book will be released as a New Edition, both in printed and ebook formats, in addition to the website library.
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