Just finished first full edit of Bliss Carter. Rewrites, perspective shifts, toughest one yet but hopefully will make it better. On to edit2. Just finished first full edit of Bliss Carter. Rewrites, perspective shifts, toughest one yet but hopefully will make it better. On to edit2. My next novel, "The Extraordinary Case of Bliss Carter" went to my editor last week, and I finished a 12k plus short story this morning. I wondered if anyone had done any research into how rich Americans dealt with money in and around 1865. Specifically when they travelled, or spent long times away from their homes and/or in other countries. I has a 'sprint session' last night, from 6PM to 11:45PM and finished, "The Extraordinary Case of Bliss Carter." Now it goes into the editing phase, and I hope to show some cover art soon. Worked eight hours today and I'm about a chapter away from completing the rough draft of The Extraordinary Case of Bliss Carter. And I need to tidy up some rough edges but almost done. I know I said that after I published "The Lightning Lord" I was taking a break until February, but just like any junkie, I was back at it last night at my Whataburger. I told myself that I was just going to tie some loose ends up on my supernatural myster... Happy to finally announce the release of "The Lightning Lord" by Anthony Faircloth and Gabrielle Lofland, published for Kindle and in paperback. • Its a steampunk novel set in an alternate America of 1879, complete with giant locomotives and airships... o... Got my final poof in today for my steampunk novel, "The Lightning Lord." I hope to publish before Thanksgiving. I think the cover came out pretty well, what do you think?