After careful consideration, I have decided to retire Cry On Cue as its own entity and add it as a supplement in the re-edited "Complete Series" book for Attempted Rapture. Attempted Rapture: The Complete Series also includes Jaded Sapphira and both Rapture the Sinner and the Saint version. These encompass three separate books.
However, as a few people already know, they were all connected by the same universe.
For some reason, I strongly feel that Cry On Cue doesn't work as its own separate novel anymore, nor does Jaded Sapphira make much sense. Adding them as part of a complete series feels like the right thing to do, even though it's going to make a massive novel of god knows how many pages.
They were Late Mitchell Warren's "Love Atheist Trilogy", all written in my twenties before I understood a lot about love, sex, god and life. Idealistic, not necessarily. But perhaps very heart-on-sleeve realism style writing, which is not what I do anymore.
I feel as if I've somewhat outgrown them in perspective, particularly Cry On Cue. But I think in order to understand Jaded Sapphira, one has to read both Cry On Cue and Attempted Rapture: The Sinner and The Saint.
This is why the trilogy works as a single book.
Where is Attempted Rapture BTW? It's currently unpublished as I will be preparing a final, somewhat abridged edit, where I make it a little more modern and up to quality, matching my other books.
For most of my thirties, all I have to show for it is a small novel called Raining Cats and Dogs, and I will be exclusively offering this book as a free eBook.
This leaves Gouging the Wound and The Song of Solomon in limbo. I'm ashamed of Gouging the Wound, honestly, and will possibly recycle parts of it into the final episode of The Twin Flame (the novel I'm currently working on). I just think I was too arrogant back in my twenties and wrote beyond my capacity at the time, for that particular book. A lot of good scenes that never really fit together for a well organized novel.
The Song of Solomon I might edit and release some day, I haven't decided yet.
The End of the Magical Kingdom will remain four episodes, a tetralogy or quadrilogy. Unlike Attempted Rapture and its sisters, I believe each episode of The End of the Magical Kingdom works as a self-contained book, in addition to a series.
Also exciting: In 2019, I also look forward to starting audio books based on my novels - after I finish The Twin Flame.
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Here is the preserved copy for Cry On Cue, a marketing campaign I will likely retire in 2019.
Do you hate therapy? When people describe antisocial disorder do you think, “Wow, I just met my soul mate”? If you checked off yes to any of these questions, then Floren Felvturn’s anti chick-lit autobiography Cry On Cue is just the downer you’ve been craving.