Hey there! Welp, this week I was expecting to show you pretty pictures from my converted cowbarn in the middle of the English countryside where I was finishing off the new Inspector Graham.
But two days before my flight to the UK, Covid visited my household. So instead of having a busy time travelling followed by a quiet time of writing and long walks, I have been sleeping a lot in my own bed and feeling like I've been run over by a truck.
But c'est la vie, I am over the disappointment. I am feeling much better and look forward to resuming IG#9 in the next few days. I'll reorganize my trip when I am 100% again.
Killing is not my thing
I watched the end of one of my favorite series last week and it devastated me. One of the main characters died and it made me so sad. I was so hoping everyone would be okay and I'm still sad over a week later.
A reaction like that is a testimony to good writing, directing, and acting so if pulling a viewer in is a measure of success then they achieved it. But I don't want to devastate anyone.
So my promise to you is that in addition to writing murder mysteries that won't scare you to death, none of my recurring characters will be tragically killed off. They might, however, go through some things. . .