The title's ironic. Duncan did go somewhere, but without Courtney. I don't think you know that. The truth is, this is the end of the book. They don't find Duncan. I'm sorry if you wanted to see Duncan, but I like anti-climaxes, and this is mine.
Some books are meant for happy endings, but I can never in my head, picture that. That's rather depressing, isn't it? I always think of sad, depressing endings for my books.
I planned this for some time. I'm planning to do a 27,500 – 30,000 word sequel for Camp NaNoWriMo, which I'll be doing in April. I didn't really have any other ideas, so this really was my best.
The problem I mainly found was, I wasn't really pressured to actually do this book. Since I took the month hiatus, I realised that was the problem. If I have a one month limit and I'm hoping to write 917 – 1,000 words a day, I'll be under more pressure, and it will generally be easier for me. I blow things off when I'm not under pressure (highlighting the reason I'm participating in Camp NaNoWriMo and have plans for NaNoWriMo in November), and that's just me, so I'm sorry.
I can't honestly tell you anything about the sequel. I'll be uploading it as I write every day in April. Until then, maybe like five-shots? I've really no clue on where I'm going to go from this point until April, and I'll upload one-shots every day hopefully, and get in to the use of writing around 1,000 words a day from now on.
It will be in both Duncan and Courtney's point of view. And I'm not 100% sure the setting, but it'll probably end up being in either Cuba or Belgium, because I always liked Cuba, and I'm going to Belgium soon.
But, I'd just like to say, I really enjoyed writing this, I'm sorry I ended it so soon, and I look forward to April.
Truth? Duncan was kidnapped, taken away to a different country on a different passport, and is currently still possessed by the gang of 15 year olds that originally stole Courtney.
Courtney's still looking for Duncan. She'll never stop.