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October 1st 2018
I'm not sure where September has vanished to – it seems only yesterday the month started. We've had almost an Indian summer in the UK and the garden is still full of colour. My gardener has come to prune everything, plant things and generally tidy up so it's ready for winter. I've planted the pansies in the tubs in the front of the house and over the next few weeks I will plant all my tubs and beds in my tiny back garden, with mainly tulips. I have no yellows, reds and oranges which means I can't have forsythia or daffodils – two of my favourite spring plants.
I've booked my holiday for next year regardless of the gloom and doom surrounding Brexit. I'm a bit like an ostrich when it comes to these things and just carry on as if nothing unusual was happening. I'm going to stay with my cousin on the Greek island of Paros again.
After three spectacular months due entirely to the phenomenal sales of The Reclusive Duke things have dropped back to a more usual level. This month my first Christmas book went up – A Most Delightful Christmas. This book had been in the winter box set last year but, Christmas Ghosts at the Priory, a shorter book, is new and will be released in November. The Regency Romantics winter box set should be coming out any day and there are four brand-new titles in this.
On the 16th October my first book with Aria – Head of Zeus will be released under its new title, The Spitfire Girl. The second book will be coming out next April and I've just started writing the third and final book in the series.
This year I will have written nine books – this is definitely a record for me and not one I expect to break any time soon.
When this World War II book is finished – hopefully by the end of the year – I've got to start thinking about three new series – a Regency – a Victorian – and a World War II. There won't be as much urgency for the World War II one as I'm not going to publish my own books whilst Aria are still marketing this one.
I've already bought a few things to add to my vast collection of Christmas decorations and on Thursday an electrician is coming to put in an outside socket so I can have even more ridiculous, over-the-top items outside the house.
Until next time
Fenella J Miller
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