So, Happy Holidays to everyone, hope you are safe during this time of the year, no matter where you are.
I have made it home after a wonderful week with my sister in Castlemaine! I have to thank my long time friend, Sue, for picking me up from the airport and delivering me to their home and picking me up from the train station in Sunbury and driving me back to the airport. Wow, I still can’t believe I went from about +24C at Castlemaine to +14C at Sunbury! What a change! And, then, when I got back into Perth at 20.37, it was still +31C!
During the time I was away, so much happened. The Omicron variant of covid-19 hit Sydney and threatened Victoria, two truckers made their way to Western Australia with the Delta variant – I did hear that they had tested negative when they left Sydney but were positive by the time they reached Perth.
So after two weeks at the Pan Pacific Hotel (which reinforced in me that I prefer fresh vegies) I finally made it out of hotel quarantine on 21st December, just in time for Christmas! Simon was pleased because he was worried I’d come back with the virus. I could have told him he was panicking – he’s got more chance of getting it than I did in Victoria. After all, if I’d come down with it, I wouldn’t have been able to stay with my sister.
On another bright note, Legacy of Risks will soon be available – I’ll post a pre-order link here! And I will try and get the trailer link and post that here as well.
Legacy of Risks is the sequel to Heart of Deception and there is a third book which has been submitted for publication.
Dark Reign has completed editing and is now with the final proof reader, so as soon as that’s finished, I’ll send that for publishing as well. So, hang in there, more of Troy and Pril is on its way!
And after all the melting heat Perth went through over Christmas weekend (each day over +41C) we’ve finally cooled somewhat. Heading for +31C. Needless to say, now that our X-Box kinect is up and running, I’ve already spent 10 minutes on it and I will spend extra time on it. Gotta get back into the swing of X-Box! My inspiration is the ad in Australia where the mother is playing either Nintendo or Wii (not sure which) late at night! 😀