Funny how this feels like home. My grandmother was English and as soon as I arrived it felt like I had come home. We're in Tisbury which is not far from Salisbury in Wiltshire, beautiful countryside! How lovely that you also have a strong spiritual connection and that you are also working on more books.....don't you find that after the first one there are others just waiting to come in?!
>I'm mainly non fiction, but I'm ruminating right now on the rewrite of an old classic... I probably need to get further along before I start bigging it up! I just bought your book on Amazon after reading your page... good on you... looks great!
Thank you! And do lurk as long as you like, and jump in when you're ready. I lurk quite a bit in Poetry Social and Memoir.
Delighted to have you join us the Novelist group, Bev. You might jump in by telling us what you’re working on in the “Show Me Your Novel and I’ll Show You Mine” discussion if you're not too uncomfortable talking about what you're working on. I’ll look forward to chatting with you!
Meg Waite Clayton
Novelist Group Moderator
Author of the national bestseller The Wednesday Sisters,
The Language of Light, a Bellwether Prize finalist, and the forthcoming
The Four Ms. Bradwells (Ballantine, March 2011)