It’s been a very busy few months as I’ve been working on two new projects which I’m hoping will become books before too long. The first draft is always my favourite part of the process as it’s when the real magic of story telling happens for me.
The next thing will be the launch of my new book WHERE THE STORY STARTS on 28th May. I’m really excited about this one and I hope that you will enjoy reading it.
S0, right now I am 25,000 words into my new novel which currently has no title (not that convenient when I want to refer to it!) I’m loving it so far and really enjoying getting to know the Nightingale family. I’m still at the stage when the whole project is beyond exciting and I haven’t written myself into any dead ends that I can’t get out of just yet. Long may it continue.
I’ve also had ideas for a couple of other stories so I’m trying to think about those too to see if I can sort them into some kind of order rather than just the jumble of thoughts that they are at the moment. Watch this space to see how I get on with them.
At the moment I’m in the middle of the edits of my third book WHERE THE STORY STARTS which is due to be published next May.
No spoilers but it’s the story of two very different families from the north-east of England who discover that they are linked in ways that they could never have imagined.
I spent a few days earlier in the year scouting Whitley Bay for locations and found some wonderful spots. Here are just a few that may or may not have found it into the book! You’ll just have to wait and see.
I’m also working with my publishers on the cover design so as soon as I have something to reveal I’ll let you know.