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November 1st 2020
The last month of autumn and the trees are looking wonderful with their oranges, golds and browns. I've yet to plant my two hundred and fifty assorted tulips and daffodils as the weather has been so dire. Hopefully in the next week or two I'll be able to get it done.
The UK is going into a full lockdown on Thursday – but, thank God, I'll still be able to see my son, daughter-in-law and grandson as they are part of my social bubble. I've not seen my beloved husband for over two weeks and now it's going to be even longer. Two minutes of face time whenever the home remembers to do it is really not enough.
My writing is the only thing that has profited from this dreadful virus. I'm just finishing my eighth book and will be able to do a ninth before the end of the year. Then in the New Year I will start writing the third and final book in my, The Girls in Blue, serious for my publisher. The first of these books comes out on December 3rd - so look out for that.
I don't know about you but I'm reading more and watching television more than I used to as I can't go out apart from to my son's house. I re-read all Lee Child's books and enjoyed them just as much second time round – I've just read the new book written by Lee and Andrew Child, Sentinel. The last third was excellent but I wasn't as gripped as I usually am – I expect it will take another book before Andrew can write in exactly the same style as his older brother. I think it's time to retire Jack Reacher – what was attractive when the character was in his thirties and forties is no longer so now he's pensionable age. Also his being able to function in the same way he always has is a little unbelievable. Mind you – the whole thing is unbelievable so I suppose it doesn't matter.
I'm now re reading Christian Cameron's books so might be gone sometime.
Take care – stay in and stay safe – this isn't the flu – it's a deadly virus and is killing hundreds of thousands of people all over the world and leaving millions with their health destroyed.
Fenella J Miller
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