Over the past few days I have been feeling really ill. I am not sure if it has anything to do with getting bitten on the toe by a mouse. I am on antibiotics. I don't blame the mouse. He or she was caught in the clutches of my cat when I got bitten. I was in bed, awake, being brought the mouse as an unwanted present. But poorly I have been ever since, with a swollen toe.
It meant that I was no good for love nor money for a day, but today at least I could sit on the sofa and write. I got a lot of writing done and it made me very happy. So mixed blessings. Thank you, mouse. And, I am sorry that I couldn't save you.
The writing process is usually stopped by other things in life taking over. So it is always satisfying to get a good run at it. Storm Eunice hit the UK today, which meant everything stopped for most people, as we were all told to stay inside. I did for most of the time, although I did pop out to walk the dog. Pic below of the fallen tree we saw.
I am currently finishing draft one of Book 6 of The Cambridge Murder Mysteries. I am very excited about this book and do not want to give anything away. But, I can say that I hope it will be out by August.
It is the longest gap between novels, due to Long Covid, so I hope you find it worth the wait.
More next week.