It’s been a while since I blogged, and it’s time I popped in to say hello to everyone.
In response to Hazel Williams who wants to know if the cat café series in People’s Friend will be published in book form, I’m not sure, but hope so as I enjoy the stories as well. If anyone knows the answer to that, Suzanne, or Pat, could you pop in and let Hazel know. Otherwise, Hazel, you could drop a line to the People’s Friend magazine, and they’ll tell you.
I’m having a relaxing day today, and working on the latest novel set in WW1 – finished chapter 4 and on to number 5 now, up to 8,000 words so far and will finish on 10,000 words for today.
As you would imagine, Edith and Rupert will have a mention in there seeing as I’ve studied them both in detail for articles that appeared in The Great War magazine.
The Angel and The Poet for sale here..
My collection of stories set in Norfolk are here on Amazon.
During the daytime I’m usually creating mugs and tee shirts for personalised gifts. This week I’ve got some pink ones to do for a work conference. Not forgetting the Wolves key rings for the team from the Midlands who are roaring their way up the Premier league.
Have a great week, and hope someone knows the answer to Hazel’s question.
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My, you are a busy lady! Glad to hear the work on your latest novel is progressing steadily. I shall look forward to reading it in due course.
Thanks, Bea. It’s fun to write, but have to keep checking on things like the transport and whether or not they had telephones… Will keep you posted. Glad you called in.
Lovely to hear about your new novel, Sue. I’m impressed with your word count today. Good luck with it! 🍀
Thanks, Jan. I’ve been neglecting it too much and as you know the only way to get it done is to get it done. Might pretend I’m doing Nano to get on with it. Hope all is well with you. xx
You’re cracking on well!
Yes, ish, should be further along really but quite happy to still be with it.
Good to have you back. I’m pleased to hear the new novel is progressing so well. I’ve stalled a bit on the writing front, although I’m doing lots of other stuff. I really should get my backside in gear and get my next book written. Onwards!
Thanks, Julia. We all have the ideas and want to get on, it’s the everyday things that take priority. Onwards indeed.
Good to see you blogging again, Suzy! You are such a busy bee and it’s great that you’re getting on so well with your writing, in between all the other demands. x
Thanks, Rosemary. I’m finding all the memorial programmes from WW1 useful for research with my current wip.