Charlot King's Blog
I wanted to thank my readers for all the reviews they have given over the last five years!
I also wanted to apologise for the radio silence while I've been fighting this ruddy evil little virus.
When you start writing your first novel it is very much in the dark. You never know if anyone else will enjoy the world you create. One of the ways a writer knows how they are doing is by the reviews they get.
I must say, I have been blessed by a core group of readers of my books who always make me feel part of something bigger than the bit when I sit and write alone. And that’s you. Those of you who have started to read my blog. When you tell me that you enjoy my books... well, it means a lot.
I have been particularly touched by the notes - you know who you are - I have received telling me that Vakentine’s Day - Kiss of Death is my best novel yet.
I am lucky being a self published author because I get to control everything about my stories. I have no publisher giving me notes saying this or that works but the other doesn’t.
Of course, many might say I need a good editor! That there are risks. But, now I feel like I’m part of a community of readers who visit the The Cambridge Murder Mysteries with me. Thank you.
As some of you may know I have long Covid, but it hasn't stopped me plotting my next book while sitting about the place! I am so excited after three months of rest, to now be close to starting to write it, finally. More to come - I may release some clues about it. I hope if any of you have been poorly, that you have found something you enjoy doing as much, and that it has seen you through any tough times.
Hope everyone has a lovely weekend.