With the release of HUSH Interlude’s novella less than a month away, I wanted to take this time to briefly touch up on what else is to be included in the book that may be slightly off topic to what is originally anticipated which is the 72 hour insight of what happened to both Jane and Bree at the end of ‘the DiamonD’.
For those of you who have read the entire HUSH series thus far, there probably were some issues within the books that left you scrunching your forehead confused. Like for example and in no particular order:
The supposed mystery Key that was given to Jane in ‘DiamonD’.
Dominic, Justin and Josh’s sudden allegiance to Jane in ‘JANE.’
Bree’s puzzling behavior after she is rescued in ‘the DiamonD’.
The lack of detail between Shane and Devin’s father in ‘the DiamonD’.
Or questions like:
Why was Andrew Parker so adamant about Jane as well as fixated?
What was the purpose of Pontius raping the girl in front of Jane?
Who really is Tanya Ray?
What happened to Henry Church after Jane left him stranded near Abel’s Hell?
Why did Sara say she’d forever love, honor and respect Jane?
So to spare such suspense and additional forehead scrunching, these issues will be addressed as well as incorporated throughout the novella as this is what is going to tie in those 72 hours missing from ‘the DiamonD’.
Though I originally wanted to address those issues in the upcoming novel, ‘the DiamonD: BLOOD’ I decided to go on ahead and addresss them in HUSH’s Interlude as I personally feel it will do more justice there and not necessarily in ‘the DiamonD: BLOOD’ which, and in my opinion, would read more like a ramble than a story.
Now that I’ve clarified that … Whew, btw! … and just to give a heads up about the form and flow of HUSH Interlude: HUSH Interlude will continue to read like your average novel or novella, however portions of the book will jump back and forth between the present and the past to address those issues in detail but through a 3rd person narrative so there might be some frustration within the sudden interruptions.
Don’t worry Readers, you’ll survive!
~Devlin De La Chapa