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Update: Posting Schedule

Hey everyone. So for those few of you who have been poking around the site the past few days may have noticed, the site has been settling into its identity. There’s still lots more work to be done behind-the-scenes, but if all goes well further changes will be more subtle.So I thought I’d take this opportunity to talk more about what I’m planning for EJSpurrell.com, particularly in regards to the posting schedule.

So I thought I’d take this opportunity to talk more about what I’m planning for EJSpurrell.com, particularly in regards to the posting schedule.

As many know, I initially wrote Children of the Halo in 2008, and revised it twice before 2012. As such, it is a completed novel, so there’s little point in staggering its release. Running at forty-seven chapters running at least four thousand words each, it would take nearly a year if I were to post a single chapter per week.

So I’ve decided to post one chapter of Children of the Halo every weekday, with the epilogue being posted on Wednesday, February 1st. This will give me the time to prepare the next story for a reliable posting schedule.

But what is the next story, you might ask?

You’re going to have to wait and see.

In the meantime, stay tuned as Children of the Halo is revealed to new readers, and stay hyped for what’s next. I’ll be sharing some good stuff for readers new and old.

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  • J_JamesM

    I’m delighted to have come across this story! The premise reminds me of the 1632 series by Eric Flint—have you ever heard of him?

    • EJ Spurrell

      Absolutely. Flint’s 1632 series, and SM Stirling’s “Island on the Sea of Time” were both big inspirations for Children of the Halo. I hadn’t seen that particular blend of contemporary-meets-high fantasy before and took a stab at it.

      I’m glad you’re enjoying it, though. There’s a lot more to come.

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