21st December 2022:

I’m hoping to work on more shorter writing projects. After three long novels, I want to focus on projects under 70k. I might try other genres too.

Who knows what tomorrow may bring.

Have a wonderful Christmas all, and I’ll catch up with you in the New Year.

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12th April 2021:

I’m finally back working on my fifth book. Yes, I know. Sorry didn’t I tell you I have a new book being launched on the 13th May.

It’s available to pre-order https://mybooks.to/seekingthedark

12th December 2020:

22nd November 2020: Finally I’ve finished my submission to Kandisha Press Submission. My Sci-Fi horror tale The Thread is now with Jill. I’m just hoping she likes it. My friend Dawn read the first draft and felt it wasn’t horrible enough, so I spent a week adding more horror to it. It’s always great having someone you trust to give you a honest opinion. Now I’m taking a couple days break from the writing to clean my house ready for Christmas. I like to give it a deep clean so I can focus on my writing with worrying about it for another month. Oh, the joys of being a housewife 🤷‍♀️

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9th November 2020: Going in circles. Two steps forward four back. Too many other writing things keep getting in the way. I’m worried that I’m not giving enough time to marketing, but as you can’t see results it’s hard to tell whether what you’re doing is having any results. 🤷‍♀️ I’m nowhere finished with my Kandisha Press Submission, but it is coming together slowly. This morning I woke to find Stone Angels has another review. 😊 It put a smile on my face just reading the title to it ☺️ Oh bless you, M.S. Carfano of USA ❤️

🎥Hello, Mr/Mrs Film Director if you’re interested please let me know 🎬

7th November 2020: Today, I busy writing and editing a new story for Kandisha Press. The deadline is for the 1st Dec. I’m up to 4,026 word. This story is set in out of space. Not my normal setting but I want to write something different. It has been slow and painful but the tale is slow coming together.

The One That Got Away: The Last Thread

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