I’m emerging from a few weeks where my online presence and my productivity have both been limited. That’s been due to a (wonderful) holiday, a busy period with the day job, and helping my in-laws move.
Hopefully I’m back to normal now, and here’s a brief rundown of what I’m doing at the moment.
1. ‘The Torridon Witches’ was published while I was on holiday. It was a fun but surreal experience having the launch chat in a remote Welsh inn with gammon and chips followed by a gooey pudding – and of course a Welsh Ale.
2. I’ve submitted ‘Footholder’. (This is a novel retelling a Welsh story about a king who will die unless either he is at war, or his foot is in a maiden’s lap. Despite the strange premise it’s a wonderful story, and I can only hope I’ve done it the justice it deserves.)
3. I’m wring a new novel based around a World War One archaeological dig. It’s more science fiction than fantasy/horror, and I’m enjoying both the change of genre and time period.
4. A tentative start on a novel based on Irish myth.
So, there we are. I may not have been online, but I’ve been busy, honest!