Some of my readers will know that we have been living in the English Midlands since 2003, having moved there from Cornwall when my husband changed his job.
Our latest news is that we are moving back to Cornwall next month. We've found a lovely and very ancient farmhouse to rent, whose earliest recorded incarnation seems to date back to the early sixteenth century, and intend to live there for the foreseeable future. It's on the desolate fringes of Bodmin Moor, with moor ponies and hardy-looking sheep grazing all around us, but not too far from village life if we get lonely. The children went to see it over the weekend, and have fallen in love with the place.
We move late next month. Raw Light will continue as usual - with sporadic but hopefully interesting posts on writing and the writer's life - as soon as we have some kind of broadband connection going.
And in the midst of packing cases and general chaos, I have a major book launch still to come this week. Watch this space for details!
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Friday, February 03, 2012
I've been interviewed today on the Romantic Novelists Association blog, largely about my forthcoming novel The Queen's Secret - published under the pseudonym Victoria Lamb - and my working methods as a novelist.
Might be interesting if you're into fiction writing.