Divided We Fall

To everyone waiting for the sequel to my dystopian novel, We, The Watched, I thought I’d provide an update with a few juicy details.

First of all, the title is Divided We Fall. I’ve been couching that as the “tentative title” for a while now, but it’s been that for long enough now that it’s unlikely to change. Besides cleverly bringing the word “We” back into the title, the title nicely captures two major elements of the story — the made-up nation’s masochistic conflict between “Patriots” and “Heretics,” and the complicated relationship between our hero Seven and the lover from his former life. Originally I was calling the sequel “The War Comes Home,” but I decided that was a bit too literal.

Here’s some trivia for you: The original tentative name for We, The Watched was “Ignited.”

Divided We Fall is divided into two parts. Each is about the same length or a little shorter than the entirety of We, The Watched. I’ve completed writing Part One and am a few chapters into Part Two. I’m planning this as the conclusion of the Seven storyline, though I’m not writing off the possibility of coming back to this world later.

Of course, if you haven’t read We, The Watched yet, you’re missing out. You can sample the first few chapters of the Kindle, Nook, iPad and PC-compatible eBook for free at Smashwords and other popular eBook stores. If you like what you read, you can get the whole thing for only $2.99 (about the price of a Starbucks coffee).

Update (4/28): We, The Watched is featured today on NewBookJournal.com!

2 Replies to “Divided We Fall”

  1. Looking forward to reading this when it’s done. I’ll be hunting for more Funnyman Dan-like cameos.

  2. To be honest, I’m still thinking about eventually writing a Funnyman Dan novel or screenplay. For the uninitiated (most of you), back in high school I made a series of amateur PC games about a bad comedian and his battles with an angry cowboy. It was called Nobody Likes Funnyman Dan.

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