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It’s been a while since I have been on my blog. No excuses!

Now that COVID-19 looks like it is settling in for the summer, (perhaps longer!!) I thought I would write a brief update. We survived the last two weeks of February, March, April and the second last week of May in isolation. The remainder of my book signings were, of course, cancelled.

A couple of months ago, I began writing another novel. This one is quite different from the supernatural three I wrote previously. Although The Emissary, The Interloper and The Emissary’s Endgame were well received, I thought I would write in another genre.

The Sand Clock (working title) is a novel about three very elderly women living in a retirement home. I tell the story of their lives: their courage, their determination, their laughter and tears. Two of these elderly women were known to me (now deceased) and the third female character is a combination of two women’s lives. Rosedene Manor is a retirement home that has many women but there are a few elderly men: grousing about their aches and complaints and their view of the world, in general. I believe this book will bring tears of remembrances to older folks and will be a reminder to younger folks that this, too, could be their path in later life.

I am shooting for print sometime before Christmas.

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