Woh, time is absolutely flying! You’ll be pleased to know that I’ve been quite busy lately, so I have a little bit to catch you up on. Since I last checked in, I have been reading, planning, and writing, I have had a birthday, and then I got unwell (I’m sure the two aren’t related). I’m still on the mend, but luckily have been able to get some great ideas on the page whilst sitting in a room smelling of eucalyptus.
Last night I finished writing Amelia Saber’s story, ‘Daughter Departed’, which is the 26th novel I’ve written (yikes, they add up). You may remember Millie as Sam Saber’s sister from ‘South Coast Son’, and she also popped up in the two ‘Mistry Trilogy’ sequels. ‘Daughter Departed’ was an idea that I started back in 2014, and follows Amelia as she leaves South Coast for England to make a new life for herself there. I really enjoyed being back in the Saber family, and it was fun to write Amelia as more of a grown up. I hope to share it with people at some point, but as it follows on from a few stories, I will need to see about getting those out first!
Speaking of which, I am still working on getting three of my other stories up on Amazon Kindle this year, and the first one should be along soon (hopefully in April). I had been aiming to have it up for my birthday in March, but my ideas were flowing, so I had to put it on hold.
In other news (and speaking of South Coast Son), February marked the third anniversary of its release. So, happy anniversary to Sammy!
Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for updates on my new eBook. I think you’ll enjoy it. It’s a bit of a Mistry, but not like you’re thinking.