Is Skin of the Night part of a series?
Yes, and it consists of four books, though only the first two have been published so far. The series is titled The Night.
The books of The Night series are as follows, in chronological order:
1. Skin of the Night
2. Into the Night
3. Lost in the Night
4. Everlasting Night
When can we expect book 3, Lost In the Night?
Hopefully sometime in 2022. It might be a little postponed as I am considering publishing it back-to-back with the fourth and final book of the series. That way, you will only really have to wait once.
Where can I buy your books?
Click here to find links to a few places. All my published works are listed there.
A quick Google search of the title and my name should also provide some answers (i.e. ‘Skin of the Night C.K. Bennett’). Click here to find my Goodreads profile, and here to find my author profile on Amazon. You will be able to see all my available works there.
What formats are your books available in?
All my books will be possible to purchase as hardcover, paperback and ebook.
How many chapters are there in each book, approximately?
Each book will be somewhere between 25-30 chapters long, and each chapter ranges between 3500-6000 words in length.
Each book is between 120.000-150.000 words (although book 4 in the series, namely Everlasting Night, is likely to turn out as the longest book and might surpass 150.000 words easily).
Skin of the Night is 478 pages long, and the book is 5.5×8.5 trim size, meaning it’s 5.5 inches wide and 8.5 inches tall.
Into the Night is 450 pages long, and the same trim size as its prequel, Skin of the Night.
“I was reading Skin of the Night on Inkitt/Wattpad, right up to the point of chapter 90-something, when they were at Jason’s birthday party. Which book is this part of?”
Jason’s birthday party, as it looks now, will be part of book 4.
Considerable changes have been made to all the books before then, though, so I do recommend reading them first because I am likely to make slight alterations to book 4 as well once I start editing it. This means certain (or a lot) of things won’t make sense to you unless you’ve read the published versions of the books leading up to # 4.
Is there a Spotify playlist for The Night series?
There are two at the moment. You can find them on my Spotify profile.