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December 2 019
This is going to be a difficult week for me as exactly a year ago my husband went into hospital and has never come home. The fact that he is happy (as happy as he can be in the circumstances) in his care home make things easier but I still wish I could have had him home however difficult it might have been. One thing I do know is that if he was well, which he hasn't been for years, he would tell me to stop visiting him and get on with my own life.
He is always delighted to see me if I've had a day off so I know that he is aware when I don't go in.
I've got my Christmas decorations up my new home and I'm happy about that but it's just not the same anymore.
My two World War II box sets continue to be my highest earners – I just don't know why my Regency books and no longer selling the way they used to. Fortunately, the Spitfire Girl series with Aria – Head of Zeus is doing well and each time a new book is added to the series royalties improve for the other two.
I have finsihed writing a 30K novella "A Long Way Back" which is for a group effort coming out in May to coincide with the VE Day seventy-fifth year celebrations – and this tells the story of Alex Everton (the hero of Barbara's War) when he was shot down over France.
I've now started writing the first book in a new World War II series for Aria – Head of Zeus and this will be finished by the end of January at the latest.
I think I might then write another Victorian saga series – The Nightingale Chronicles did so well for me and I've always intended to write a second series chronicling the life of the children. This will be set later in the Victorian era.
As the Regency Romantics box sets are now finished I won't ahve that to look forward to. I'll complete the Relcuctant Duke Series and then write a three stand alone books - one Christmas title, of course.
I hope you all have an enjoyable holidays and a happy and peaceful New Year.
Fenella J Miller
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