Reader Poll on Release Schedule

So, as you may have noticed, I’ve been releasing two books a month for the last few months.

There are pretty much two reasons for this:

  1. I try to keep each individual series on a three-month release schedule and I currently have four on-going series (after putting the fifth on hold)
  2. I like to keep Snowverse book releases in in-universe chronology, which can take some creative scheduling

Now, the plan was always to slow back down later in the year, and I am still capable of keeping up this writing schedule. But while I am technically capable of keeping up the schedule from a writing stand-point, it allows me less time to think over ideas before writing, and also makes it harder for me to find time for anything other than writing, like livestreams or posting previews of upcoming books.

So, I’m torn between keeping my current schedule and slowing down, which means that it makes sense for the deciding factor to be your opinion, loyal readers! Below is a poll, and if you don’t see an option you like, feel free to leave a comment below and I will make sure to read/reply to them all.

How do people feel about keeping a strict one-book-a-month-schedule, even if it means individual series have longer release windows?

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Freya Snow

Get the Eleventh Freya Snow Book and Pay What You Want to Catch Up!

Guess what's finally here?

If you said the eleventh Freya Snow book, you would be right!

Omg, I can't actually believe this series is at eleven books... I just finished plotting the final book, that's so scary...

Anyway, if you want to start reading the eleventh book, it is currently available for my Patreon supporters!

It is also up for pre-order on other sites.

And if you're not caught up on the series so far, you can now buy DRM-free versionsĀ of the earlier books (including in PDF format) directly from me on a Pay What You Want system. So, now you don't have to worry about losing the books if your ebook store of choice shuts down, and you can pay what you think the books are worth while supporting the author more because I keep a higher percentage of the royalties.

The books should be embedded below, but they might not show up if you're reading this on Goodreads or Amazon or other places that pull directly from my blog, so here is the link to the page on my site.