Work is progressing on the latest in the Red Mist Girl series, this one provisionally titled “Dell’s Dilemma”.
I am of the ‘pantser’ writing school, which if you have not heard the term, is a writing style based on letting the story flow as if written by the characters themselves. So I can’t say at this time what the girl’s Dilemma is going to be, but there is always one with her, and I’m fairly confident we’ll have one or more before the story has played itself out. If not, well, it is just a working title at present.
I can tell you that our girl is injured early on in the story when she tries to prevent the abduction of her female friend, who has a run-in with a couple of unpleasant men. Despite the injuries, Dell manages to pursue the culprits at close to full speed with the assistance of a tribal police captain, who is getting used to lending her a hand.
Dell’s Luck wins FIVE STAR medallion!
Dell’s Luck, the second work in the Red Mist Girl series where our hero pursues a plague of traffickers across her adopted state until they decide they’ve had enough, and work to swat her down as if she were a bothersome mosquito. Yes, that Dell’s Luck, has received a 5 star review from the Readers’ Favorite website, where it has been entered into the annual best novel contest. If anything else comes of that, you’ll be the first to know!
DELL’S RAGE, the first volume in the Red Mist Girl series has just garnered a FIVE STAR review from Aimee Ann’s blog RED HEADED BOOK LOVER. Follow this link to read all about Aimee and her review of DELL’S RAGE. https://redheadedbooklover.com/dells-rage-ml-biddison/
This just in from a satisfied reader…
“I just finished you first book, Dell’s Rage. I was engaged from the very first page! Dell is an immediately likable character (with some crazy luck and super powers) who connects immediately with the reader (or at least she did with me). The rest of the characters, likewise, draw the reader in and, quite frankly, I can’t wait to see what happens to them in book 2, Dell’s Luck!”
Alisa Evans 10-31-19