This first story, in common with all Georgia's adventures, has a musical connection and is called Whistles After Dark from Kipling's Smugglers Song. It is set in Whitby a town I know less well than I would like and which I visit as often as I can. I am currently 12,000 words into it and still have no clear idea how long it will be. I know what is happening and what will happen.It should be all systems go.
So what is the fly in my ointment? I have plans for a standalone romantic thriller - working title Sealed Waters. I know the who, how, where, when and all the rest of it. Backburner material.
However, those of you who have read my Tudor Enigma series, will know that I am fascinated by the Lincolnshire Uprising which immediately preceded the Pilgrimage of Grace in October 1536. I've had faint ideas about a story concerning this momentous event running around my head - there's plenty of room - for ages. And then came the Richard III episode in Leicester, which I found completely enthralling. I began to wonder if I should write a book set in his reign. But now I have worked out how to combine the two events in one story. And I must sit here and finish Whistles before I can go and play in the 16th century again.
It's a hard life!