Being off-line for five weeks I fully expected that I would drop out of sight. I’ve been amazed and grateful that the opposite has been the case. There are so many people I want to thank for their support
First of all, my publishers,http://www.honno.co.uk/
Supportive and understanding as always. Thank you, Helena, Janet, Caroline, Ali, Lesley. I’m working hard on the next book
And thank you to fellow Honno author Juliet Greenwood: https://twitter.com/julietgreenwood for her continued friendship and support
And my gratitude for the friendship and kindness of the people I have got to know through the world of blogging, writing & twitter etc.: Sally: https://twitter.com/sgc58, Sue: https://twitter.com/SCVincent. Terry: ttps://twitter.com/TerryTyler4
And to Rosie: https://twitter.com/rosieamber1
I’m a member of Rosie’s review team (#RBRT) and it’s lovely to discover how many times fellow reviewers have mentioned me while I’ve been absent. Grateful to all of you. And I see I have missed the launch of #TuesdayBookBlog ( https://twitter.com/search?src=typd&q=%23tuesdaybookblog ) and #MysteryNovember https://twitter.com/search?q=%20%23MysteryNovember.&src=typd) I have so much to catch up on. Thank you all. And, Rosie, I’ll be catching up on reviews this week.
I’ve just seen all the lovely reviews and posts she’s been promoting for my latest book on the book tour: http://amzn.to/1JzO3Jh. Wonderful!! Thanks Debbie.
Not forgetting my dear friends from our ‘Semi-Colon’ writing group: Thorne Moore: https://www.facebook.com/thornemoorenovelist/?fref=ts and Alex Martin: https://www.facebook.com/alex.martin.3532507?fref=ts
And for her continued and valued friendship over the years (and help in all things) – never more so than over the last few weeks – great mate and award winning children’s’ author, Sharon Tregenza: https://www.facebook.com/sharontregenzabooks?fref=ts
There are so many others I’d like to thank. Among them are fellow writers and bloggers:
As I’ve said, I’ve been offline and the above are the people I’ve seen the few times I managed to find WiFi. I’m sure there are more I’ve missed. I can only apologise and hope to make amends by sharing all their news in the near future whenever and wherever I can.
I’ll stop now – this is beginning to feel like one of those radio programmes where participants in shows ask if they can say hello to friends and family and “to all who know me”…