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August 1st 2020
Things were going so well but then there's been enough spike of infections in the area in which my husband's care home is situated and I can't see him in the garden for the foreseeable future.
This has thrown me as I just got into a very workable and enjoyable routine. I was visiting every weekday and having the weekends to myself. Now I don't know what days a week it is any more.
My son and daughter-in-law are now in possession of the keys of their new house and are moving in next week. I've not seen it from the inside as yet and can't wait to go over next weekend.
I'm now halfway through writing the second book in my World War II series for Aria – Head of Zeus and am going to be finished several weeks before my deadline. The first book in the series – The Girls in Blue – was coming out in October but has been moved back to December. It seems there will be a surplus of books because of the virus and it makes sense to bring it out later.
The final book in my, The Reluctant Duke, series, The Duke's Predicament will be out on preorder later this month. I've got a Christmas Regency ready to go in October. I'm intending to write the first two books in a new Regency series – The Earl's Inheritance – before the end of the year. I think it's time to move away from dukes - don't you?
I'm now having family visitors inside – still keeping socially distanced – and this makes things a little easier. My garden is looking wonderful but because of the hot spring the flowers and now almost finished for the year. Usually my annuals and bedding plants carry on flowering until October.
Stay safe and don't take chances with your health,
Fenella J Miller
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