Wither the Lords of Kobol?
Frankly, I don't know.
I started because I wanted these stories published and I've done that. I've cultivated a small and enthusiastic following. Next, I'll be publishing some original stories. Sci-fi, for the most part, natch. One is done and will be published the first week of December.
But what of the Lords?
I have plenty of ideas. If I were to continue, I'd probably write Lords of Kobol - Book Zero: Of Gods And Titans. (Yes, I already have a title.) As you might be able to figure out, it's a prequel to the trilogy about the creation of Psilons and Cylons on Larsa.
Beyond that? A new series of books titled Colonies of Kobol. The first would be Book One: Earth, and detail the history of the Thirteenth Tribe after their departure. Then Book Two: Gemenon because that world was the first of the Twelve Colonies to be settled. I don't know how many books the series would involve at this point, but I know there would be one called Virgon, because that world was the seat of Colonial power for a thousand years; Tauron, because of the civil wars and the connection to our beloved Adamas; Caprica, of course, perhaps to fill in the blanks before and/or after that oft-missed series ...
These are ideas and not solid plans. I'm sorry if this disappoints anyone, but it doesn't feel right to promise that I'll start working on a dozen books just like that <snap> when I have no fleshed-out concepts. If inspiration hits, I'll start writing.
And then I'll let you know.
In the meantime, I hope you'll give my other work a try, starting next week with the release of Displaced:
And since this begins an era of non-Kobol work, the title of the blog will be changing. Now it will be called "Writing Kobol and Beyond." I hope you guys will continue to stick around.