So this is it.
Four and a half years later, and I finally get to see Whispers of Nowhere published. I don’t have the words to describe what I’m feeling right now. There are so many emotions vying for supremacy, so much sentimentality linked to the memories I bear of those early days, when Whispers of Nowhere was only a couple of lines in a notebook. A couple of lines that, back then, I was afraid would fade into obscurity, like so many others before them.
Not until I started typing it up on my old laptop did I start feeling like this was it, this would be the one that paved the road for me as a writer.
I’m so glad that I took a chance and persevered, and above all, that I had people backing me every step of the way. Without those few individuals, Whispers of Nowhere really might have faded into nothingness, just like all of my original writing endeavours before it.
It feels like I’ve been waiting for this day for an eternity. I guess in some ways, I have. For many years, I wanted to become an author. It didn’t matter how many other interests I had along the way, writing was the one thing I always returned to; the one thing that, when I envisioned it, I saw an end game.
Now I’ve reached that end game, and while it’s not at all the way I envisioned it (when my heart was set on traditional publishing), it’s more than I ever could have hoped for.
To everyone who has read Whispers of Nowhere in its earlier drafts and has picked it up again now that it’s finished, thank you. Your continued support means more than I can ever express, and without you, Whispers of Nowhere wouldn’t be what it is today. I would also like to thank those of you who are new to the story as well; I hope you find it enjoyable, and that all of you—new readers and old—will continue the journey with me through Whispers of Nowhere’s sequels (Fall of the Spectrum and The Mythos Trials) in the foreseeable future.
You can get your copy (in either e-book or paperback) at the link below:
Thanks so much again to all of you who fell in love with this story long before it was ready. Your encouragement is what made Whispers of Nowhere what it is today.