Rushing into Summer
My third book of the British Book tour Mysteries Perils in Yorkshire is at the settling stage. I finished the rewrites but it has not yet been edited. It’s not due at the editor’s desk until the fall. I’ll leave it alone for a while. It was wonderful to revisit Yorkshire in May and check facts, and revel in the glorious countryside. The story needs to sit and rumble in my mind for a few weeks. The first book of the series Hazards in Hampshire has passed the proofing stage and is ready for printing. The second Crime in Cornwall has been edited and rewritten and is now settling into the line-up at Coffeetown Press for publication next year. For the next few months, I will be concentrating on blogs and promo to give the first book its boost onto the marketplace. I envy the writer Cathy Ace who has a background in marketing. She does an amazing job of seemingly effortlessly sending out promo. I know she is a hard worker, but she also has comprehensive knowledge. I will be slightly less brilliant, but I will be determined.