Hooray! I’m back from holiday.
And hooray! I’ve pretty much got my new novel, EDEN ST. MICHEL, to the editor. I just have a few extra corrections and it will be sent out this weekend.
But, not hooray – that means I’ve been a little strapped for time this week to devote much energy to this, the latest writing diary.
(”What’s the opposite of hooray?” “Boo.” “No, not that far from hooray.”)
The plan is to write a longer entry for next week about the development of ideas. As I’ve been asked some questions about how one develops ideas into a book, and because I want to interrogate my process more, and make myself as good and efficient a writer as possible (and help others along the way, if I can), then I am going to give it some serious thought between now and next Friday.
That’s for next week though.
For now, I’ve hit the first deadline I set myself for EDEN ST. MICHEL, plus it’s Mrs Jameson’s birthday this weekend and we are going to have a lovely celebratory time with cake and wine.
Whatever you’re doing, enjoy!
EDEN ST. MICHEL is the second installment of my ‘Screen Siren Noir’ series. Not read the first part yet? Don’t worry, DIANA CHRISTMAS is available here.