Yes, I’ve been doing lots of walking and writing. In fact walking and writing is a good part of my day during the Wright-Murray Residency. And, if you’ll excuse the pun, it’s mostly been writing, as I’m sure my fans will be happy to know. And even happier the weather cleared a bit to get the shot below. All in all I think I prefer it to the grey-silver shot in the mist. But that also has it’s charms.
The Writing Bit
As for writing, I’m around a quarter to a third of the way through the very rough draft of Blood of the Fae/Brocéliande document, and added a few thousand words. (Plus nearly two thousand more if I count my other projects and blogging.) The truth is, I’ve mostly focused on finishing the prequel to my originally envisioned “Into Brocéliande” But now I’m really looking forward to the project where Pearl and Ruby, the children in this first book, have grown up and discover the world of their parents and grandparents.
I would like to thank Lee Murray and the Wright Family Foundation for this opportunity, I feel I’m really starting to show some progress on what is a difficult stage of any manuscript—for me anyway.
Go here for my first post on the Wright-Murray residency.
Discover the book with the winning extract, here.
Or discover Lee Murray’s books here