Goodbye 2015…Hello 2016!!!

This has been a great year for me. I had two books published bringing the series total to four novels. When I first began writing I had no idea how much work it is to put out a quality product. I couldn’t have done with without Master Koda Select Publishing. I thank them continually for believing in me and taking a chance on this novice writer.

What does 2016 have in store for me? I’m taking the pre requisite classes to gain acceptance into the paramedic to RN transition course. After nearly 20 years on the ambulance I believe it’s time to further my education. What does this mean for my writing? I still plan to continue writing, but with working a full time job and taking a full load of college courses it’s going to slow the production for my next book. But don’t fret, I plan to continue writing books. I have another series in the works as well as several other stand alone novels. I enjoy writing too much to walk away from it. Plus I feel like I’ve only hit the tip of the iceberg in my writing talents.

I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year. Thank you for believing me me and enjoying my books.

Until next year…..

 

Jerrid Edgington
Paramedic & Author

 

 

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Happy Holidays!!!

Greetings all. I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season that is upon us. As for me, it has been great. Watching my daughter open presents and seeing her excitement warms my heart to no end.

I have been on a writing break and as much as I enjoy writing, this is some well deserved time off. It takes a lot of work to write a book. More than I ever imagined when I started working on my books. But it is so well worth it when I see the reviews of my books. Good or bad.

I am at a crossroads in my writing career. I have been asked to write more books in the Reaper Series. I have not decided completely if I’m going to continue the series or being my next one. Once I make a decision I will let you all know. As much as I enjoy writing about Jacob Myers, I don’t want the books to be the same thing over and over again. I owe it all to you to put out a great product you will enjoy to read.

Starting next month I will begin take the prerequisite classes for the paramedic to RN bridge course. I feel after nearly 20 years on the ambulance I am ready for a new set of challenges. I will continue to write, but it may slow down my production a little bit. The thing that is most exciting is upon completion of my training I will gain new insight into the inner workings of a hospital. Of course, this will afford me new knowledge to implement into my books.

Again, Happy Holidays!!

 

Jerrid Edgington
Paramedic & Author