It's that quiet time of year between Christmas and New Year as I post this. Only, it's not quiet for me as I'm gearing up to the release of Book One in my Cornish Witch Mysteries.
Body at the Bakery took longer to write than I wanted, but I'm relieved it's finally done, it took three different editors to help me iron out the clues so that the twist at the end wasn't completely obvious! Though I'd love to know if you guessed the identity of the murderer?
Book Two (Killer at the Castle) is still a work in progress, but I'm even happier with this one. It feels to me as if Portmage is really coming to life.
Of course, those of you who are familiar with the Arthurian legends will know it's a fictional place, but based around the real Cornish village of Tintagel.
I've spent a lot of time in Tintagel, it's a wonderful area, and though the castle there doesn't really resemble the one in the books, it's definitely worth a visit. The bridge is pretty spectacular too. I'd enjoy any pictures you've taken if you ever go there, and will post them on my twitter page if you send them @britishcozy