My current project has been stuck for a week or so. Jammed up in a plethora of possibilities that never quite work when run through my internal cinema. Remember those days of Saturday morning showings at the Regal that would suddenly halt – with cowboys held on mid-leap after static steers, or vast tentacled beasts frozen in mid-clutch for their human prey? Well, maybe not quite like that – but not far off. Continue reading
Clear Gold by Misha Herwin is out!
She’s out there! Mouse has made her way into the world. “Clear Gold” the first book in my trilogy for YA is out as an e book, with the print copy to follow shortly.
In a world where water is more precious than gold, Mouse is a fighter. She’s a girl who wants to make her way out of the narrow confines of the Town, where everyone has their set place in society. She’d curious about everything and resents the way in which The Olds restrict knowledge to a chosen few.
The story began because I wanted to explore what would happen if we ran short of the most vital element on this planet, but Mouse soon took over and it was her character and the way in which she deals with her situation that kept me writing.
And now the book is done and it’s up to my readers to decide whether…
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Yesterday Oberon was not well. He moped around the place with head on one side and plainly had an earache. I got some drops for him. On application he shot off with a banshee howl and vanished out into the garden for several hours to sulk. Continue reading