When the course Richard once followed unquestioningly becomes morally indefensible, and he sees all he has fought for slipping through his fingers, when he cannot even defend those he has learned to love, how long will his wife still fight by his side?
For Aoife Rua the answer is simple—forever.
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Continue reading My new thang—editing
Today, or rather sometime during the night, I received my first round of edits for the first volume of Wormholes. I’m still reeling from the shock of signing the contract. I had wanted to push on with my second Selkie story before I got sucked down the wormhole again, but Tara, Aidan, and Ronan are going to have to wait a while. It’s back to gang warfare in a crumbling shopping mall and the end of days for me for the rest of the summer. With temperatures on an average of 34/35° it’s going to be difficult writing about sub zero levels, but isn’t that what the imagination is for?