Lordy, that almost sounds like the name of a cheap porn movie, doesn’t it?
The reality is somewhat less entertaining. Cyclone Debbie has been busy making mischief in Australia and now New Zealand. Apparently, thanks to climate change, we can expect more of these extreme weather events, floods, etc. Too many lives are lost unnecessarily in these things, and the cost of recovery afterwards is high. It’s well past time the oil industry lost its grip on the governments of this world. Surely it would be cheaper to quickly transition to cleaner, greener sustainable energy, than to continue mopping up after Debbie, or Alice or whoever the next wet, windy weather-trollop is that leaves us in the drink?
Anyway, on to less depressing topics. I am almost ready to publish the last book in The Chameleon Shop trilogy. It has been an exciting journey with Kaylee and her friends, and I’m rather pleased with the final result. Hopefully the children, (and their Mums or Dads, who have also enjoyed reading books 1 and 2 to their young ones) will be satisfied with the exciting climax of the series. That should be up on Amazon (and other outlets) by the end of April this year.
The second book in my adult (Lost Land series), Avenge My Chief is coming along nicely. The novel is with my editor and a new cover page is at the design stage. I will keep you posted on when that is due for publication, hopefully later this year.
There will be a final book in the Lost Land trilogy, titled The Last Haven, but I am still busy writing that one.
Apart from writing and publishing, I have been busy with my family. We had a lovely time at Hobbiton, in Matamata. I’m a HUGE Lord of the Rings fan and wanted to visit since the movies came out.
My mini-mes keep me on my toes in between writing and study. I have returned to Massey University to finish an Environmental Science degree. Water is life, and our waterways need some serious help.
So, busy, busy but happily moving along in several directions at once, like a hot lava flow from a rather vigorous volcano!
Image via Flickr Creative Commons courtesy of Maxwell Hamilton.
Until next blog, stay safe, stay warm, (or cool if you’re in the Northern hemisphere) and keep reading!
Oh and please, if you enjoy a good book, feel free to share the love, and let others know about it by leaving a brief, honest review. (Goodreads or Amazon are good places for those).