Sometimes people ask me what I'd be writing if I didn't write murder mysteries. Well, the answer is, I'd be writing about animals and fiction. Truth is, I already have two books out which are about animals. Or, how humans and animals interact. But I never promote them, and no one has read them, haha. Maybe one day, someone will read them.
The first, which is dear to my heart, is called WOOF. It is a dystopian tale, involving animals that speak and humans that can't.
The second is called PUP. It is about a man who rescues a transgenic dog, and what he will lengths he will go to keep the dog safe.
I have more ideas to continue the series, so when I get time, I will write the third. I enjoy making up the stories very much.
It's true. I find it even hard to believe myself. It's been the longest time, biggest gap between books. Am completely sure most will be tired of hearing the reason, my long covid. Well, stuff that! It's on the wane, and I'm back! Whether it has ravaged any brain cells I have left and this will be my worst book, who knows! Caution to the wind. Publish and be dammed. Actually, not really. I've been procrastinating longer than usual on the plot and trying to let myself be happy with it. Which is another reason for the delay on this one. I think pandemic-malaise has sat over my head like a grey cloud for far too long. Perhaps the heatwave blew it away or something, as I'm gearing up to move the pre-order date forward.
Enough of my ramblings. It's called Holiday Mystery! It is Bk6 of The Cambridge Murder Mysteries. Positively the last book I write on a computer. I'm done with it, having found newer tech to use instead. So a swan song to the old Mac.
I hope you enjoy it. I really do. Let me know. Professor Elizabeth Green has gone to Italy! For more details, follow the link.
Thank you so much to my readers. Please tell me what you think of my books. I'm always interested to hear.
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