I’ve been so busy, lately, it’s unbelievable. I’m back at work and we’ve had quite a busy start there, too, which makes me feel all the more guilty that, at some point in the near future, I will be leaving.
That isn’t to say that I haven’t loved it there, but the house we’re in the process of buying is somewhat far away. It would mean that it wouldn’t be worth it to remain there.
It’s been a busy week. As you guys know, my MOT was due on my car. Sadly, it failed, but it only failed on one thing and it only had one advisory, both of which are being sorted today (huzzah!), which means my lovely Alba will have a clean bill of health. After all, she’s getting driven an awful lot more than she was before, now.
She also took me through to see my parents on Sunday (and drop Mr Bear off at his mother’s so he could help them move furniture). It’s nice actually having a day on a weekend where I can see my other half and family who all have regular working weeks. It also meant I got to go to the garden centre with my parents where I bought some pretty heathers amongst other things.
Mum also got me a fairy door as you may be able to see above.
Over the last few days, with Forgiving Zander complete, I’ve been trying to figure out whether to go ahead and write its sequel or begin the next two books for my Indigo Skies series instead. My original plan was to go on with Delivering Hope.
Fans have made me aware that they would like to read the next instalments of Indigo Skies, but I think it would be wise to follow my original plan and, therefore, complete the Survival Trilogyoutright. I was also advised by the lovely Gayla Drummond that, as Forgiving Zander ends on a cliff hanger of sorts, it would be better to wrap up the trilogy than to leave my lovely readers hanging.
The Survival Trilogy: Part II…
On another note, the first book is now available in paperback!