Harlequin Mills & Boon Medical Romance Novels

And the Stories Keep on Coming

In these strange times, I have been luckier than many. Mr M and I live in the beautiful Marlborough Sounds in New Zealand so being under lock down wasn’t as difficult for us as it was for those in towns and cities. The quiet has been unbelievable even when it is reasonably quiet out here, to the point sometimes I thought an earthquake was coming. Not so good for my heart rate. But we still have the superb view from our deck and the beach only a hundred metres away, hills on three sides to walk around and a wonderful postie who has delivered all manner of items to Sounds residents over the past seven weeks.

For me, the best deliveries were the boxes of my latest book out, RECLAIMING HER ARMY DOC HUSBAND.

 

Reclaimng Her army Doc Husband

I’m also lucky with being an author because I’ve been able to carry on writing. I finished one book and am busy outlining the next.

So how did you manage with lock down? Good or not so easy? It’s certainly been an abrupt learning curve for everyone.

Take care and look after yourselves and your loved ones. Sue xx

4 thoughts on “And the Stories Keep on Coming”

    1. Yeah, I was having trouble too, Amy, then the writing group I belong to started up a daily s print and that got me going again. Sue.

  1. It’s been quiet here in the city too, Sue – although probably still quite noisy by your standards 🙂 One thing I’ve noticed is that the sky seems clearer and bluer, so we’re beginning to emulate your beautiful blue skies. I’m mostly struggling with motivation too, somehow when there’s more time less gets done!

    1. i know what you mean about more time, less inclination. There’s always tomorrow. I did some sprints with my writing group and that worked. It’s going to be weird going back to busy streets and traffic jams, isn’t it? Sue.

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