I’ve been in self-imposed hibernation this past 12 months, but for very exciting reasons.
A year ago this week I was in Bath, England, meeting with my friend, Ada Bright, and we were sketching out our plot and characters for a co-written novel we planned to work on (title above). The book is now finished and is in the hands of the proof readers, formatters and cover designer, and we can’t wait to start telling people about it!
As a result, we’ve started a new joint Blog called Tabby Cow (yes, it’s a strange name, but the reasoning behind it seems perfectly logical to us!) and you can find it here.
It’s nothing like my first venture into publishing a few years ago. The story is a contemporary mystery-cum-romance, set at the annual Jane Austen Festival in Bath, and the only Mr Darcy in it has four legs – furry ones!
You can see the blurb for it on Tabby Cow here – and aside from writing it for ourselves, it’s also for fans of Jane Austen, the city of Bath and friendship. We hope you’ll join us for the undulating ride towards publication this summer by following our exploits over at Tabby Cow!