I had already started this one and had to put it aside for a few things like forming a publishing company and co-writing a series with the awesome and skilled Josh Lanyon, but now I'm back to it.
I even sat down and reread Details to get back into the environment and to get my Aidan groove back in place. It's difficult to jump into the mindset of an 18th century pirate lost in the 26th century world. I have to see things from his POV and remember all the confusion and isolation he must feel along with the wonder and excitement of it all.
And I have to remember his larcenous side, too. My little light-fingered pirate! lol. I Love Aidan. I love it when Talos catches him at it too. Big, stern bounty hunter! It's been a while since the first book. I hope readers remember the guys!