DECEMBER NEWS LETTER….
Good morning, friends, winter is sneaking in with a light dusting of snow. Pretty to look at through the window, but temperature is dropping below zero and I prefer to stay warm and cosy inside.
How age has changed me! When I was a child I loved playing in the snow, we got serious stuff then, not a few flakes, but waist high, and FUN! Building snowmen and romping with the dog, he loved it, too, first-footing and spoiling the smoothness of the garden. But, with hindsight, my parents must have loathed it. Wet clothes, snow-caked gloves and socks…and many times the bus couldn’t make it up the hill into the village. Happy days! Yes, they really were, for my friends and me…we didn’t even mind walking five miles to school when the buses stopped running…it was an adventure, back in the day…
Anyway, enough of reminiscing…I’m deep in rewriting Church Close, the first book in a series…I’d thought it finished, but preparing it for Kindle, I realised that there was room for improvement! So that is what I’m presently doing…adding bits here, rephrasing there, and giving more thought to how my characters react to the circumstances they are in. Which, in turn triggers how they interact with their friends…in other words it has a knock-on effect…and this carries through to book two in the series, which I’ve already started….
So, if you’ll excuse me, I’ll get back to work!
PS. Help Me is doing well.
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