I've also made a couple of decisions in the last week -
- the Tiberius stories will become a trilogy under The Emperor Initiative banner
- that I'm going to take part in this year's NaNoWriMo - the 30-day 'competition' to write 50,000 words in November
But most people seem to want to know more about Dryden's maroon suit. And I'm sure it'll get some more 'page' time.
I've decided that I want to continue the title format and alliteration of the sequel to Tiberius Found and the next story will be titled Tiberius Bound. It'll continue Daniel's story almost immediately after the end of Tiberius Found where he'll face some new (and unexpected) enemies, new challenges and raw emotions. He'll find allegiances tested and loyalties tempted, and once again finding that he's asking himself "who can I trust?"
Oh, and he'll get up-close-and-personal with an old enemy as well. But you knew that was going to happen, didn't you?
I've blocked out the main frame for Tiberius Bound and pretty much know where it's going and what I need to do. And I know how it's going to end. At least the the 'mood' of the end, anyway.
And I know the main crux of the third story. All I'll say is that, for Daniel, it doesn't get any easier.