I am ashamed to report that I missed the previously advertised release date for Bull Shark Part 2. I offer you my apologies.
Many readers have either tweeted me or dropped me a mail, asking when it will be released. I do hope it will be soon.
For those who have finished Bull Shark Part 1, and have digested the cliffhanger, you will probably agree that I wrote the final scene in a way that made it difficult to tell a realistic story in Bull Shark Part 2. Making it seem as real as possible has been a challenge, but I solved it by introducing an additional character, who will help bring Chezdon, Louis, and Oscar all together once again. There will be many new twists and turns, as you would expect along the way. The road trip did not come to an end at the Hard Rock Cafe. It has only just begun.
Adding this new character has required me to add an additional part to the book. This has led to me making substantial structural edits to the content. It wouldn’t be fair to simply add a Deux ex Machina moment, where everything magically resets and the problems I was facing are resolved. You need to understand the aftermath of the decisions that were made at the end of Part 1. Three lives will never be the same again after what happened at the Hard Rock Cafe.
To finish Bull Shark Part 1, last year I had to visit both the Hard Rock Cafe and Nice again whilst the pandemic caused havoc. This was so I could best visualise the activities playing out and write the words. I am attempting to do this again now, to support the structural edits of Bull Shark Part 2. I am composing this update from Biarritz, France. Tomorrow I will be in San Sebastian, Basque Country, Spain. Both locations feature in the opening chapters of Bull Shark Part 2. I am getting my head back into the minds of the characters, which is good for the book. Now just to balance my full-time job, writing and having a good time on this post-pandemic road trip along the way.
Thank you for the ongoing support and positive feedback about Bull Shark Part 1. It currently has a rating of 4.9/5.0 on Goodreads and 4.6/5.0 on Amazon.