Final galleys gone!

Yayyy!

My editor at The Wild Rose Press sent me the final galleys the night before our trip to Germany to my gran's funeral. So I had no option but to upload the final version to my iPhone. It was actually fab to read on the plane, no big bulky books to be carried around. Nice test to see how my potential readers would view it.

So now it's all in my editor's court. Or rather her production team's. Hopefully by next week I'll have my release date. Can't wait!

I'm on leave this week. Nice! Well, hubby's at work so I have plenty of time to catch up with my current WIP. Important scene where my protagonists meet Geoffrey of Anjou, father to Henry II and quite obviously descended from the Devil. How does this show in the story? Wait and see! ;-)

I love writing about Normandy. Can't believe our 10 days there was 3 1/2 years ago! I'm now really keen to go back and explore more, most definitely including a trip 'down the road' to Tours, Angers and Fontevraud Abbey. Must say 'allo' to Eleanor of Aquitaine, the most fascinating woman in history.

Now, how do I convince hubby to go back??

4 comments:

  1. Holidays always go so quickly. You'll have to get back to Normandy soon! It's on my bucket list of places to see some day.

    Can't wait for Highland Arms to be released. Am watching your page with interest!!!

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  2. Thank you for keeping an eye on my book! Hope you'll like it.

    Yes, you should plan a visit to Normandy. There are so many fascinating sites. I was in history heaven. ;-)

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  3. Thank you, Ranae Rose. It is very exciting! ;-)

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