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I'm heading off down to Old Cross Cottage for a few days, but more than that I'm being taken to see another house in the village on Friday morning, one with an even darker reputation. I can feel another This Haunted World novel taking shape...
Working hard on the third pass of Psychic Surveys Book Five, getting it ready for beta readers at the end of the month. And finally, it has a name: Psychic Surveys Book Five: Descension.
More books I'd highly recommend, Jan Ruth, capturing the wildness of the Welsh countryside and the wildness of relationships too!
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Jessamine on the Beyond the Veil blog - thank you Sarah Kenny for a fabulous review!
I've been dying to show you this, but The Haunting of Highdown Hall has got a brand new cover courtesy of Gina Dickerson. Well... it's a variation on the old one but a tad more menacing... It's had a re-edit too and is as shiny and new as the day it was first born, four years ago...
The first frenzied draft of Psychic Surveys 5 is done! Phew! Now comes the hard part, the polishing, the crafting, the making sense of it and tying up all the threads. But the story is down - that's the main thing. The next six weeks will be spent knocking it into shape and then it'll go to beta readers and finally the editor. I'm on track for a late April/early May release. But first, it's time to celebrate and I'm heading into town! Cheers everyone and have a good night!
Another fabulous stay at Old Cross Cottage, everyone rubbing along nicely, the spirits included. Will be going down again next month, and going to see another house in the village with a strange history that I’ve recently been told about! Be interesting to see what that’s all about. Meanwhile, here’s a few more shots of one of my favourite places ever!
Hell Lane in Dorset is an ancient hollow-way, which are thought to be ancient pilgrim routes conveying the traveller towards shrines and holy places. Despite sinking ankle deep in mud and water, we found this one today and walked all the way up to Colmer Hill - amazing journey.