Postcards from Liminal Space

by Gail Z. Martin

Postcards from Liminal Space—I am trying to open up some new ideas, not just for my writing, but for my vision of the future.  So in this first month of a new year, I am trying to be open to subtle nudges from my intuition, to dreams and memories, and to nature as it prepares for rebirth.  There have been times in my life when I felt so clearly that I was standing in-between what was and what would be, but I couldn’t see far enough to know what was going to happen, only that something was about to.  I have that sense now.  I think it’s a good thing, but any time your routine gets knocked topsy turvey there is an in-betweenness that is awkward.

I’m just finishing up The Dread, which is either book 6 in the Chronicles series or Book Two in the Fallen Kings Cycle, depending on which reader or publisher you talk to.  I’m going to take a bit of a break from the world of the Winter Kingdoms and Tris and the gang after this book, so finishing it makes me a little sad.  I have many other Winter Kingdoms stories in mind that I hope to write, but I’ve got a brand new series that I’m excited to write, and so that’s going to consume the next few books.  It’s definitely luminal space for me—one thing drawing to a hiatus while something else opens up.

Leave a Comment

Filed under Gail Z. Martin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*