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I've finally managed to book a visit from the shower engineer to stop the dripping. I've also got an electrician coming to sort out a variety of problems that have been ongoing for weeks. With luck, by next week my domestic issues will be solved.
I went to see the osteopath yesterday for ongoing neck and shoulder problems – always something a writer has to be careful of – and saw somebody different who has actually made the problem worse than it was before I visited. I certainly won't see him again.
The third book in The Duke's Alliance series, An Unconventional Bride, was successfully launched last week. Although not a bestseller it is in the top hundred in all three categories.
My work in progress, the third book in the Victorian Nightingale Chronicles series, Better Bend Than Break, is coming along well and should be finished by the middle of this month.
Then comes the big event – the first in a major new series, Ellen's War, Blue Skies and Tiger Moths – will go on preorder and I will also be starting a Thunderclap campaign. I'm going to have twenty ARC copies available on BookFunnel for the first people who are willing to read the book a month before it's available in return for an honest review.
This month will see the release of spring edition of the Regency Romantics box set – Ladies in Love – so look out for that. I love being part of this six author group and we are developing a strong following by producing a consistently readable and well received box set.
I have a stand-alone Regency which will be coming out in May, The Reclusive Duke – and the Victorian title I mentioned above – will be out in July.
I'm looking forward to getting into the garden next month and am already thinking about what I should plant in my hanging baskets and pots this year. I planted hundreds of bulbs – all tulips and only in the colour spectrum of white, pink, blue, purple – but my wretched Bengal cat has dug half of them up as he uses the garden as his own personal litter tray.
It's already light by its 6.30 a.m. and doesn't get dark until about the same time – the clocks will go forward at the end of March and it will be officially British summertime.
I hope you all have an enjoyable month and that's all from me.
Fenella J MIller