Good Morning, from Sunny Bristol.
Only six days to go until 7th October and Chance Encounters is winging its way to those of you who have pre-ordered.
I’ve had most of the Beta reader reports in, and despite finding a few typos we had missed (thank you!), here’s what some of them said:
“OMG, it was so good. What an ending!!!! My only question is long do I have to wait for the next book? You kept me on the edge of my seat. I laughed & I cried.” Kim B.
“I Know I say this every time, but this one was a cracker. I really, really loved it. Lots of story, lots of pace, lots of content. It really zinged along. Couldn’t put it down. The Wrong Shoes is my personal favourite, but this one is going up there with it.” Angela H.
“I really enjoyed this one, it might be my favorite of the series (besides Meredith’s origin story The Making of Meredith) – Working on a five-star review.” Denise Z
“OMG Marcia – you did it again. No plot issues & cliffhangers everywhere…I think I’m going to reread it now – it was that good.” Kathy F.
Needless to say, I’m delighted, and I hope the rest of you will be too. You can order your copy by clicking HERE.
In other news: Not much writing has been going on lately. I’ve been dealing with daily chaos! I went on holiday, had a poorly husband…and then the builders arrived to sort out the back garden. It didn’t help that I was stuck on a plot issue in An Ill Wind, first in my new series, and I wanted to bottom it out, before I continued writing. (I usually ignore such issues until I get there.) Then, from nowhere, a new plot came to me for Meredith & Hodge #15. I know how I ended Chance Encounters, but I only had a vague idea of what happened next. That vague idea has gone out of the window, and yesterday I opened the laptop and off I went. I’m about to start chapter four of ENOUGH. I know who the suspects are, and why they did it. What I haven’t decided yet is who it was. So, no change there. I’ll keep you posted on progress. You never know I might work on both at the same time. I might give it a try.
That’s it for now, Sunday lunch to cook, and back to the writing before the builders return in the morning.