It’s been yet another month since I last posted on here. LOL! That sounds like a support meeting. “Hi, my name’s Dorothy and it’s been a month since I last blogged.” 😉 But seriously, where is time disappearing? I’m beginning to think I need get one of those time turners Hermione used in Harry Potter. 😁
I’m not sure if you’ve heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation (if you haven’t you can check out Wikipedia’s article – not that they’re always the most accurate but it gives you a fair idea of what it’s all about). If you subscribe to my newsletter, you’ll have received an email asking you to update your details in order for me to comply with the new regulations. If you didn’t receive the letter for some peculiar reason, even though you’re subscribed, please drop me a line and I’ll send it to you.
In other news, the first draft of my debut novel, Love At Last, is so close to finished I can taste it! (*doing my happy dance*) I am so excited, my family think I’m nutso. LOL! As I have decided to go the self publishing route on this one, I have decided on a 2019 release date. I’ll be sharing the release date, cover art and other snippets of goodness with all you lovelies as we go so keep an eye out for that. For now though,I thought I’d share possibly my favourite moment from the manuscript – from Adam and Willow’s first date, when hope is new and there are infinite possibilities. I hope you like it.
“I have a confession to make.” Adam said.
“Yup. Full disclosure. The reason I was in the area is because I was on my way to see you.”
He watched a look of surprise shift across Willow’s beautiful face before she could hide it.
“Oh. Really? Why?”
“Probably for the same reason you were looking for me? I wanted to see you again.”
A subtle rose tinted her cheeks. He wasn’t sure if she was embarrassed that he’d figured out why she’d called or if she was reacting to the fact that he’d wanted to see her again. He really hoped it was the latter.
“I – ugh! Okay, fair’s fair. Full disclosure.” She took a moment, drawing in a deep breath. “I’m glad you did because I’m not sure I’d have had the courage to phone you back after being such a ditz in the voicemail.”
“Well, then I’m glad I did, too.”
Keep an eye out for it.
I am hoping to get back to my regular blogging schedule in the not too distant future but with how crazy things have been in my life the last few months, I’m not making any promises. In the meantime, I guess I’d best get back to finishing Adam and Willow’s story.
Until next time lovelies. xx0