Things are growing more and more difficult in those challenging times...
I haven't made any progress on The Right Place lately because of all the anxiety caused by the current situation (virus/Brexit). Unfortunately, in 2021, I have to change direction and will not be able to prioritise my writing. This makes me sad and feel a bit inadequate, but that's the way it is. I won't give up, though, and I hope to publish The Right Place at some point in the next two/three years.
I went to the indie bookshop in Bridport and bought three of the books on my "to buy" list (which is very, very long). It includes the only non-fiction writers I like, the wonderful Robert Mcfarlane and Roger Deakin.
I have already read Andrew Michael Hurley's Starve Acre, a fantastically dark novel which astonished me by its minimal, sparse yet incredibly effective prose.
I think therefore I write.
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