I'm excited to be able to tell you that Breaking Magic is a semi-finalist in the Kindle Book Review's 2017 Awards!
The website running the awards can be found here and Breaking Magic is in the YA category.
Callax (Cal), the main character, was a lot of fun to figure out because I'd never written in first person before. He knew so little about his world and himself that it was a real challenge to come up with ways for him to discover it all while keeping his POV intact.
I've stayed with first person for the sixth book in the series, which is Galen's story, but I'll be returning to third person for the seventh (and final) book. I have no idea how easy it will be to switch back, but I have to do it - I could never decide between Jax and Shannon if I had to use a first person POV!
I have several ideas for what the next series might be about, but I'm trying not to get too distracted by them until it's time to start writing...
Do you have a POV preference? As a reader, I don't mind either way, and looking at the books I most recently purchased there seems to be a fairly even split. As a writer, I've enjoyed both first and third person (omniscient). However, I'm not sure I could write a dual POV, and I admire writers who can! Thank you for reading, and I hope everyone has a great Labor Day weekend ☺