It’s been a gorgeous day again here in Bristol, I hope the sun shines where you are. We took the dogs on a different walk today, and as you can see from the terrain, I was very happy it wasn’t raining.
I will begin with my usual confession: It’s not finished! The writing is happening . . . slowly. I have no excuses, not real ones, and at a guess I would say I’m about three quarters of the way through. On Wednesday I wondered if it was the story that was holding me back, so I started doing a read through without stopping for the many typos, and found it’s not me losing the plot – well not with the writing anyway. I’m liking it. I’ll continue reading through to the end, when I’m sure I will be inspired and my fingers will fly over the keyboard until it’s too hot to touch – if not I shall plod on. I wouldn’t mind, but I’ve got the next Bearing Witness and Murder Tour plots buzzing around in my head, so I need to get it finished.
I’ve put Misplaced Loyalty and Who Killed Charlie Birch? On offer this week, so if you want to grab a 0.99 bargain, simply click the covers. I’m also trialling some adverts on Facebook, so if you do happen to have one appear in your newsfeed, I’d be forever grateful if you would be kind enough to share it. Once I’ve finished this (almost) newsletter, it’s headphones on to listen to the latest audio chapters for Charlie – as always Lee is doing a great job, and I’m sure you audio listeners will love it. Still have a few free codes for most of the other books, if anyone wants one, please shout.
With not much news on the writing front, I will bore you with news from the family. We had a beautiful new addition to the family this week, my great niece, Maisie arrived a little before midnight on the 20th April. She is beautiful, and I can’t wait for my cuddle. Maisie is our second lockdown baby, and my lovely niece Lucy, and hubby Adam, are rightfully over the moon. This generation of our family certainly produces stunning babies. I’ve had a quiet week, as my grandchildren have been off having adventures at Centre Parc, and as most of their usual attractions are still closed, they were lucky with the weather and have had some lovely adventures. I’ve put up a collection of pictures to distract you from the news that the next Meredith & Hodge still isn’t finished.
That’s it, I’d better get on with it, you probably won’t hear from me now until I am dancing a jig, and swigging from a bottle, because I’ve finished . . .
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