I am waiting for my agent's comments on my novel about Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning and working on and off on three others. My appearances and phone-in book club for CLAUDE & CAMILLE: A NOVEL OF MONET go on and on. Only sometimes do I remember the endless drafts to get the story right.
I have been blogging less because of time constraints, but I have a blog post about The Individual Journey of Novelists (881 novels written by Barbara Cartland, and only one by Harper Lee!) in last month's online site Wonders & Marvels and I have the lead essay about my lifelong love of England in the new compilation of posts about England by about 50 historical novelists in a book called Castles, Customs, and Kings: True Tales by English Historical Fiction Authors -- available on Amazon.
Of my several friends who have just published novels, I will be thrilled to see Lynn Cullen who is coming into NYC to do a ghost walk for her novel MRS POE.
My Shakespeare group continues! And I am swept away by the BBC Production of The Hollow Crown.
And now off to walk and chase a few fallen leaves!