Blood Moon is now out in paperback!
Happy New Year! I hope everyone has had a wonderful Christmas and is finding lovely things about January to enjoy. Snowdrops, winter walks, cosy fires and time to watch good movies and read a book in peace. And where is the time going?
I always think of January as a bonus month, a time of quiet, when I find I don't have to make up excuses to just 'be'. January is a very forgiving month for that. You can sit back 'and relax'. There's time for running about later.
This time of year, Professor Elizabeth Green, the protagonist of the Cambridge Murder Mysteries is probably cataloging seeds, working on some research in the Botanic Gardens, and in the evenings playing her piano. She'll also be worried that Godric hasn't slowed down with his bacchanalian ways after Christmas, and is still raiding her globe drinks cabinet. And she'll be concerned that Inspector Abley is probably golfing in the snow when he should be catching baddies.
I'm busy writing about Elizabeth at the moment as I prepare to start the fourth book in the series. I've already plotted most of it out. For any readers interested, Book 4 will be out later in 2019. Yay!
BLOOD MOON, Book 3 of the Cambridge Murder Mysteries is now available around the world in paperback for those of you who are interested. Here is the UK link on Amazon, but for those who want to, if you search you should find it quite easily on Amazon.com and other Amazon country marketplaces.
WOOF, Book 2 of the Animal Tales series, will be available in two weeks! Don't forget to pre-order WOOF early if you want it at a discount. It's up at £2.99/$2.99 at the moment on Amazon deliberately so any readers of my books can get it cheaper, and will go up after it is live on the 29th January once live. I hope those of you who take a leap of faith in this new series enjoy it.
PUP, Bk1 of the Animal Tales series, has just been made available for Kindle Unlimited, if any of you subscribe to Amazon's library you can get it free for a while on that. Grab a bargain, if I say so myself.
I wanted to leave you with some of my favourite photos of Cambridge so far this Winter. Immediately below is a tree by the River Cam. I hope you have a lovely January while it is still here ... Love, Charlot. xx