Strange how quickly a year can go past.
I’ve just looked back on the post I wrote this time last year (is it really a year since David Bowie died? And Leonard Cohen?). Must be. Is it really a year since American politics turned arseways? Must be. How about a year since the third book in my “Girl Meets Girl” series came out? That’s a bit better. Yes, Fenced-In Felix has been out for a bit over a year. Where HAS the time gone?
This time last year, I said that I could manage to write two full-length novels per year.
Have I managed that this year?
The short answer is no, but with a bit of a last minute squeeze, I managed to write two books this year, and have had two published this year.
Firstly, on the publication front, Party Wall came out in October from Ylva Publishing. It’s part of a series from Ylva’s Window Shopping Collection, which has different writers putting their own spin on the same opening paragraph. If you like an enemies-to-lovers story, with a bit of drama, a bit of Aussie humour, two opposites attract characters, and a supporting cast of female friends, then I hope you’ll give Party Wall a go.
As for the second book… Continue reading “2017: what happened in Cheyenne’s world”