New year and my to-do list is already ridiculously long. Maybe I’ll blog about what I did and didn’t achieve at the end of the year, but I know the ticked off list won’t be as long. That’s me.
Copies of my latest book, The Italian Surgeon’s Secret Baby, arrived via the mailman this week. I love the cover, one of the best I’ve had. And the story still gives me the warm fuzzies. It’s set in Sorrento, Italy, a town my man and I spent a week in a few years ago, and where I’d like to return when we next visit Europe. Not overwhelming, friendly, and full of history, we had an amazing time there, staying at a small family hotel where the owners went out of their way to make everyone welcome.
As I finish revising my latest book, set in Vancouver, I am wondering where do my readers like to see the stories set. I’ve written stories set in Nice and Paris, Rarotonga, Fiji, Australia, Dubrovnik, England, on the Mediterranean. In my stories I’ve been to big, fast paced cities, small rural towns, war zones, emergency departments, ambulances and rescue helicopters, and the last one on a refugee ship (Redeeming her Brooding Surgeon, SOS Docs duet with Louisa George is due out later in the year) .
What are your favourite locations? A quiet village (there’s always lots going on even there) or a buzzing city? Do you prefer the urgency of emergency medicine or the slower pace of an ante natal ward? Do let me know.