One year later.

One year later.

Today marks one year since the release of Dawnbreak, and what a year it’s been. Three full new releases, a new edition of Exile’s Return, and all of it wouldn’t have been possible without the tireless efforts of Katharine Luck, Maya Sora, Sara Coty, Julian Norwood, and Noah Arsenault.

Combined they make up the current and former Studio Prey team. As an author, much of the credit and praise for the work we do often falls to me. People in my reviews praise my creativity, or speak in glowing (hopefully) terms as to how the story affected them, all the while my team works tirelessly in the background prepping the next manuscript on the board for release.

As I look back on the last year, I cannot help but be filled with gratitude for all those that have given their time and efforts to make the Studio what it is today. Looking forward, 2020 already promises to be especially interesting. The PCT looms large on the horizon, a 2650 mile hike from Mexico to Canada for me. My permit has been applied for, I’m almost done aquiring gear, and I’m now firmly into the planning stages, including how to continue Wandering Hops so that I can give all of my fans as close to weekly updates as possible.

In terms of releases, Farthest Star, the next novel in the Farthest Star Universe (yay repetiton!) is slated to release on the website in January, followed by Sins of the Solar Republic, and then The Golden Tower, which is the next in the Nightmare Gods Universe, and planned to become available in the fall.

From the bottom of my heart, I wanted to say thank you to all of you who have bought my books, left reviews, and worked to see the studio a success.

Onward, towards the farthest star!

-Rebecca J. Mickley

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