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May 1st 2020
Another difficult month for everyone especially those of us who live alone and are struggling with the lockdown. In the UK we are told that we've passed the peak and that next week the government will start easing the restrictions. The NHS have been magnificent and the only good thing about this pandemic is that in future they will be given the recognition and remuneration that they've always deserved.
My beloved husband is still safe and well in his care home but it's obviously a constant worry that the virus will somehow get into his home. He laughs when he sees me on FaceTime but then looks up at the person holding the mobile and I can see in his face he is asking them why he's looking at me on the screen and not seeing me in person.
I've got a significant birthday this weekend and had originally planned to have a big party with all my family here but now I'll be spending it on my own. Small wonder I'm gaining weight when I should really be losing it.
I'm now halfway through writing my third book since the lockdown – it's a Christmas Regency. The first of the three books written since this started – A Solitary Duke – will be out next week.
I've just got the developmental edits for the first book in my new World War II series for Aria – Head of Zeus and there are far more than I'd anticipated. On reading them through I realised they are not as difficult as I'd thought but will still take several days. I need to start writing the second book in this new series by the end of June as it's due in in October.
Still time to write one more novella – I think I'm going to do another one linked to Barbara's War to round off the series. This one will be set at Christmas nineteen forty-four.
My page views and sales are rising slightly no doubt because people are locked in and have nothing else to do but read. Please, don't take any risks with your health or that of your loved ones and keep socially distancing. Stay in and stay safe.
Until next month
Fenella J Miller
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