Progress and Discoveries…

I’ve recently begun to use Dragon speech to text software to write my current novel.

Muscle pain in my arm, shoulder and neck (residue issues from a vehicle accident a decade ago) began hampering my typing, and I was having to take longer breaks before I could resume what I was doing.

Pleased to say I’m making progress, and the pain has reduced.

There are a few words that have created confusion. I blame my accent for today’s ‘back’ being heard as ‘bach’…

I have old posts over on my Carol’s Corner blog that I’d like to revisit, and use on my archive page. Speech to text will help make the transfer simpler.

While I was searching through memory sticks looking for old photos of Tunbridge Wells for one of those revisited blog posts, I came across a handful of my unfinished short stories.

(I remember writing them-when I was using the Windows 7 desktop.)

They ranged from: opening paragraphs, 500 word shorts, and 2,000 word story that would need updating- Tinder didn’t exist back then.

Then there’s opening lines that I have no idea of where they were going…

The Dragon is going to be busy…

Hello and Welcome…

I’ve been blogging over at Carol’s Corner on Blogger for ten years, and if you follow the link you can see what I’ve been doing and talking about during the decade.
This new blog will follow my novel’s progress and highlight useful writing articles or sessions.

I’ve been blogging over at Carol’s Corner on Blogger for ten years, and if you follow the link you can see what I’ve been doing and talking about during the decade.

This new blog will follow my novel’s progress and highlight useful writing articles or sessions.

Currently, I’m working on a contemporary romance, some in the queue are historical so you may get to visit my alter-ego Serena Lake sometime in the future.

I write romances set against a background of a family mystery. Perhaps a past family scandal or unlikely tale, a convenient lie told to protect; yet all have consequences, even in the modern world.

Those little white lies and reluctant omissions can make a bumpy route to love and a happy ever after. And whatever happens along the journey, love will always triumph.

I hope you’ll follow each journey…