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Fenella's Diary

March 1st  2 020

I do apologise, but I seem to have missed out February's diary entry altogether. This was because I had a nasty virus at the beginning of the month and by the time I'd recovered I'd forgotten all about it.

I've now finished the fourth and final book in my The Spitfire Girl series for Aria – Head of Zeus, The Spitfire Girl: Over and Out and this is now available for preorder everywhere. It comes out on April 2.

I'm on the last ten thousand words on the first book of my new series – The Girls in Blue – and hope to have it done by the end of this week. Then I've got four months to write the third and final book in my new Regency series, The Reluctant Duke, and also write a couple of stand-alone Regency titles.

I've almost sold the house I moved out of six months ago – it has been a nailbiting and very stressful time. We should have exchanged last week but nothing happened – hopefully the exchange will take place very soon and I can relax.

My beloved husband is happy in his permanent care home – I still go in five mornings a week – but I find it very stressful. I prefer to take him out, but the weather's been against that lately.

It's the nature of the place that people get worse – after all it's a dementia home – and then they die. There have been four deaths in the past couple of months and I can see at least two more on the cards. I don't know how the carers cope – my husband's happy where he is but he obviously doesn't get any better.

The weather is fine today – the first day of spring – and I'm hoping the appalling storms we've been having these past few weeks will finally move away and allow the ground to dry out so I can cut the grass and get out and enjoy my lovely garden.

Until next month (as long as I remember)

Fenella J Miller

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