Hello, and thank you for visiting my site. I hope that you'll return often and always find something of interest about my world and what inspires me to pick up a pen. (This is a figure of speech, unfortunately. My handwriting is terrible!) Here's what I've been up to recently...

The light at the end of the tunnel!

Tunnel from inside

That phrase is quite appropriate, given the setting for the novel I’ve been working on for such a long time. Scroll down through a couple of posts to see the same opening from the other end! Both are crucial to the story.

Copy & line editing are now going on and the cover design being worked on. Before the start of summer, I hope to have the finished product ‘out there’ and will be holding a couple of launch parties to celebrate the fruition of such a long term project. No invitations needed. When the details are finalised, everyone will be welcome!


7 May, 2015 - There are 3 comments on this story

  1. Sounds like this is going to be a self-published book? Is it, Maggie? If it is, then good luck and welcome to the world of being an indie author.

    Julie Day -

  2. Thank you, Julie. It worked like a charm for my other books, so I see no reason to deviate from that this time. The only difference is that the electronic and paperback versions will come out at the same time.

    Maggie Cobbett -

  3. Glad it’s going well.

    Patsy -

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