Just a quick few words today as for some reason I feel like a hamster on its little tread wheel. I seem to be taking three steps forward and four backward.
What with websites, blogs, advertising, marketing, chasing up people who’ve promised to do things - oh and still find time to write – life is one big hectic circle. And that’s before I even think about a social life!
Socially we do a lot of things. One of our main and obviously favourite pastimes is drama. We belong to a group that put on Shakespeare at a genuine Roman Amphitheatre. This year we’re performing Romeo and Juliet and I have a couple of minor, but important parts to play.
It is of course a coincidence that in my latest thriller, The Assassins’ Village, it is centred around a Cyprus village complete with a drama group who revel in Shakespeare – except in The Assassins’ Village the Shakespeare play involved is Macbeth. Now, I can’t possible say that the village drama group with all its quirks and strange characters are taken from real life people – far from it!
My book’s group are all fictitious. Even so, next year we are performing Macbeth…
If you’re around in these parts of the World for the 24th, 25th and 26th June, I’d love you to drop in and see Romeo and Juliet at Kurium. It’s a fantastic setting for this most sad of all love stories.
I’d just like to say a huge Thank you, to all of you who are supporting me on here, Facebook and twitter. And a huge thanks to all who’ve bought The Assassins’ Village. This week we’ve achieved no 2 position for best reviews and no 5 for best-selling, in new books in the last 90 days, murder and mystery and women sleuths. Life is great!