What’s Goin’ on?

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Yes, I know months have passed no blogs, writing prompts, short stories or even throwback Thursday. Truth be told I was ill for a little while, I got better, then  I had writer’s block then I found my mojo again!! So I have been away from my blog, writing my novel ready to send over to an agent who has expressed interest in my work. I feel the pressure…because it’s an AGENT, not self-publishing or even a publisher. I’ve been down the traditionally published route before, but this time all these years later it just feels sooooooo different in a good way.

I feel like this time, I want to write something even better than the work I am most proud of. It’s also tricky as this story is told in two different eras… in two parts so research and accuracy are also piling on the pressure, but I can do it.

Also, y’all know Didi right? My co-author… that bad ass from the USA, well I’m juggling writing The Suspensful Collection #2 with her, it’s well overdue. We have all the stories just a few things to tweak, so it’s all go go go!

That’s where I’ve been… that’s what’s goin’ on.  The next blogs will be snippets of my latest work, and also … come here… no, no closer, closer listen up. Didi and I have a surprise for you coming soon. Shhhhh don’t tell her I let the cat out of the bag okay? Cool, talk soon! I hope everyone’s well?

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Book Review: A Stranger in France by Kim Knight

Thank you! I am humbled by my five stars, especially from a male reader. *blushes^

This Is My Truth Now

Love comes in all forms. Sometimes you fall in love, then out of love. It happens. As it did in A Stranger in France by Kim Knight. Kate is a wonderful heroine. Unfortunately, she’s emotionally abused by an alcoholic husband. When he pushes her beyond reason, she escapes to France to visit a good friend. She meets a stranger and falls in love. Everything becomes quite wonderful quite quickly. But then it gets a little complicated. She wants out of her marriage. She wants to love her new boyfriend. Can she make it work? If she can’t, I’ll take ’em!

I’m not a romance reader. This book might change my mind. Knight builds a beautiful character in Kate, and I believe her journey and approach to how she wants to fix her life. I’m sad when she encounters trouble. I’m happy when she wins. It happens a lot and…

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I’ve been away writing for MONTHS! I even forgot my password to log in…THANK YOU FOR YOUR FIVE STAR REVIEW FROM A MALE NON- ROMANCE READER!!

*FACEPALM* I  love that I’ve caught the eye of a non-typical reader. As always I am grateful for every readership, reviewer lover and hater… yes even the haters! I better crack on writing. I hope everyone is well.

 

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