Monday, November 9, 2015


Many of you know I am living through my own horror. It isn't easy and truthfully, the last thing I thought about doing were regular blog posts about my fiction. I did promote what my publisher had scheduled and I did that out of loyalty to him. So the question is, what about the future?

Inasmuch as I have a book that I finished before I left for that ill-fated vacation, I'm going to be getting that book over to my publisher. My husband read it and loved it. It's going to be dedicated to him.

It's about The Blood Countess, Erzsbet Bathory. It needs to be edited and will be in the Creativia line-up. It's something I can accomplish. It's baby stepping (as I've said before) back into writing. Writing is what I do. Heaven's sake, I'm not in it for the money, but I am in it for the love of writing. As writing is a discipline, I think it's going to be therapeutic for me to throw myself into it. I think it's the best activity I can pursue to avoid going crazy with grief. The grief is there it always will be. I understand about that. That's why I am going to work toward being positive and fill up my time as much as possible with something I enjoy doing.

So here goes. It's the first step back. Wish me luck, please!


  1. Quick note wishing you well. It seems like you have a good thing, and I enjoy seeing your tweets & retweets. By the way, I'm a beginning-level (read: amateur...) writer, with an interest in discussing all things which are good and true. Hope everything works in your favour, and I for one (along with many others, I would suspect) will be taking an interest in how things go for you. Good luck, and we'll see you soon, I hope. I am inferring (very scientific of me, I know) that there is more to your life story than meets the eye. Thank you, and all the best!

  2. Thank you so much for that! That's really nice of you. I need all the best wishes i can get. I'm greedy!
    I'll try and be on twitter more too. I am baby stepping my way back slowly.
    I'll also aim for weekly posts to do as soon as possible. Again, thank you so very much!

  3. Wishing you all the best, Carole. You are a beautiful and brave soul. So glad you've chosen to continue writing.

  4. Thank u, Lynn. Your support is outstanding. It means a lot to me. Thank you so much.