Why New Year’s Eve is in October
Happy New Year!
Well…uh. It’s really not, is it?
But instead of dwelling on that, I thought this would be a good time to explain why October’s Fire is the first book in the Fairy Glen suspense series. Each book takes place in successive months, but why does October come first?Continue reading “Why New Year’s Eve is in October”
Avoiding the Ick
For a long time I’ve been revising my first book in the Fairy Glen series, October’s Fire. Sometimes I’d get to the point where I was banging my head against a wall. Good advice says put it aside and start work on another project. When you’ve finished something, even if it’s not perfect, move on to the next thing.
Okay, that sounded like a good idea. And my brain was bursting with ideas for future books. I knew that November’s story would involve the women on horseback doing search and rescue for a missing girl, maybe more than one missing girl or woman.Continue reading “Avoiding the Ick”