Unfinished Business: What’s So Good about Sequels…?

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Most authors will be familiar with having finished writing a novel. Sometimes it’s completed for as long as 24 hours before another rewrite is underway. That’s fine. That’s how novels are written, but my 79,000 words of Unfinished Business have been sent to the publisher. There are no more late night edits to be undone in the morning. It will be bound up in proofs the next time I see it, safe from any more changes. It seems a long time ago that a friend suggested I write a short film and I came up with the idea of a retired 80s wrestler who morphed into a character even bigger than Ricky ‘Nasty’ Bashcraft, or Giant Haystacks.

Just as its proprietor Scott Wildblood needed a wingman The Life Assistance Agency now has a companion, as there’s nothing worse* than a novel sitting alone, full of friends and enemies bouncing off the…

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6 thoughts on “Unfinished Business: What’s So Good about Sequels…?

  1. I’ve about 4/5ths finished The Life Assistance Agency and WILL give my thoughts once i’m done… then i can think about The Sequel! 😉

    ( I really should have got the hardware version not the software one – too many distractions reading on a computer!)

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