That got me thinking. I should have a blog about my own books. Now I’m sitting here like I used to do at school when the teacher gave us an essay topic. I’m looking at my blank sheet of paper and thinking, ‘What shall I put?’
I might start by saying that my first book, Ravenfold, is going to prove atypical. I’m currently writing my fourth book and my second and third are in various stages of editing. All of these are set in the present day.
So why did I set Ravenfold in mediaeval times? Because it first saw the light of day as a 500 words story. It turned itself into a novella but by then it was set in the deep past and I wouldn’t have it any other way. It’s a period I’ve been interested in and I enjoyed writing it. I’m hoping to have my second novella available in June.
As the man said, ‘And now for something completely different!’