Six chapters to go, and the MS stands at 68,660 words, a record low word count for one of my novels!
Thursday, I was driven to hospital by a kind and friendly volunteer from a local service that provides rides for people on such missions. I won’t bore, or distress, you with details of the knife or its consequences. Enough to say I was considered fit for release on Saturday, and arrived home, via another volunteer, around 17:30. Sunday, I spent mostly at rest with my wife. Bright sunshine rendered the garden a wonderful place to sit and contemplate. Monday was mostly spent catching up on social networks and writing a review of one of the three books I read whilst captive in bed. Tuesday I managed to get some work done on the book, and today a little more, as well as the other two reviews written and posted.
The remaining 6 chapters are fast-paced moves towards the climax, the denouement in process. A lot is happening and characters are under severe stress and threat of imminent death. Will I lose any? You’ll have to read the book to find out. Will I be able to tell you the title of the new book? Tune in next week for another thrilling instalment.