I want to ask how you’re coping, if you’re having ups and downs like me, but I guess most of us are just hanging in there, trying to do the right thing. And waiting, and hoping. What I’ve found inspiring is that way so many people are reaching out to each other to stay in touch, via the internet. The realization that we truly do need that social contact in our lives.
I hope that you and your loved ones are keeping well, and if not, that you are managing to fight this virus, and make a full recovery. I hope that if you have lost your job, it will be waiting for you once the virus is gone. And I hope that if you have some spare time, you’re finding some good books to read!
One piece of lovely news amidst all this bad, is that Wolfsangel, the second book in my French historical trilogy –– The Bone Angel series –– has made it to the shortlist of the 2019 Exeter Novel Prize Competition.
|Willow, writing assistant extraordinaire|
During this time of confinement, I feel very lucky to live in a rural area. Here are few pics from our evening one hour walks around the village: