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Clare writes inspirational romance, usually of a suspenseful nature. Her books are available through her publisher Pelican Book Group and Amazon. She is married with three kids and lives in the UK. She loves watching sci-fi, crime drama, cross stitching, reading and baking.

Monday, 6 July 2015

Long time no blog

So it's been a very long time and no blog, but i'm back and hoping to do better now. I have a couple of posts in the works, but for now i thought i'd fill you in on what's been going on. Other than the fact the keyboard is refusing to capitalise I's properly all the time.

First, I signed three contracts last week for new books, all with Pelican Book Group. One is for Dutch Crocus, a free bonus book for the end of my Flower series. One for a new passport to romance called Welsh Wildfire. And the third for my Christmas Extravaganza book for this year - A Mummy For Christmas. More on those in a later post.

Second, we've had really hot weather here. Up in the high eighties, low nineties. All with no air conditioning.
Tilly hasn't been impressed at all.  She either hides in the grass pretending to be a grow bag, or under the table in the lounge.

Third - and the most scariest - my youngest daughter left school in the middle of June. We now just have to wait for her exam results before she decides what to do next.

I'm crocheting in a big way. Having made a blanket for a single bed and several pram blankets, I'm now doing a blanket for our double bed. A mere 400 plus squares. (And i thought that 240 for the single one was bad enough.) There will be pictures at some point, but right now it's just a mess of individual coloured squares.

Not long now until November Charlie comes out. More on that in the next post. Or maybe the one after.

And it won't be so long between posts next time. And my intent is that they won't all be book reviews now.


Laura Briggs said...

Congrats on the new book contracts, Clare! Wish I had remembered the submission deadline on Christmas Extravaganza books (but it's hard writing Christmas books in the spring, lol!).

Clare Revell said...

I always start my Christmas one in November. Thus I'm writing it at the right time of year.