This rolling news article is a permanent resource for announcing forthcoming publications by Mercia McMahon. Brexit in Context on the historical context to the UK vote to leave the European Union has been pushed back to an April or May 2017 publication date. I'm afraid that my writing schedule continues to be disrupted by long-term health problems. The focus will then turn to volumes 2 and 3 of the Fumetsu Cycle, a non magical fantasy set in an alternate feudal era Asia.
Brexit in Context anticipated 23 June 2017
Fumetsu Cycle anticipated late 2017
Drupal Web Design anticipated mid 2018
Turning Points in Irish History anticipated late 2018
SQLite as a Writing Tool anticipated very late 2018 or early 2019
A book exploring the issues and ramifications of the United Kingdom vote to leave the European Union, but primarily focusing on the historical and social contexts that led to that vote.
It is planned for publication on the first anniversary of the referendum: 23 June 2017.
Further reflections on the Brexit negotiation process and its historical contexts will be posted to the book website BrexitInContext.com
Preserving Eternity has been withdrawn from sale as the planned trilogy of short novels is to become one long novel. It will also switch from a first person perspective to a third person one, which means that Preserving Eternity will be substantially re-written. The story of Preserving Eternity will remain the same, but it will be written from a narrator's point of view rather than that of the individual characters. The revised project is likely to appear in late 2017. The title of the new book is still under wraps.
A book explaining at a non-technical level how the Drupal content management system is a very good option for web content writers. This project was mothballed while Drupal 8 bedded in, but will now be revived once Once the Brexit and Fumetsu Cycle projects are published.
An examination of some key turning points in Irish history that continue to have repercussions today. Scheduled for late 2018.
SQLite is an SQL (Structured Query Language) database system that lies at the heart of most smartphone apps, but can also be used as a small footprint database for writers, researchers, and students. Published 2018 at the earliest as the older project on Drupal has been revived and moved ahead in the queue.
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