It’s been another busy week. I put a great deal of time into editing Death at Ashford Castle. A fellow author and good friend, Nick Johns, (you can check out his work on Amazon) reviewed the first draft two months ago. I’m going through the entire manuscript with his feedback in hand. I was happy to read that he didn’t “cop on” to the murderer until the reveal. (Note: “cop on” is an Irish slang phrase typically meaning “common sense”).
Best of all this week, I finally made flight and car rental arrangements to go to Ireland in September. I’m so excited!
Bill is coming with me. The airport and flight will be a challenge but we will work through it. Once we get to Ireland, we’ll have plenty of loving and caring moral support from family.
Speaking of family, I can’t wait to see my cousins and good friend. And, to go for one of my morning walks along Barney Road in French Hill. To go to Café Rua on Spencer Street for a morning cup of coffee while reading the Irish Times.
I’d also like to hold a book signing event for Death on Clare Island while we’re there. No promises yet. All I can say is I’m working on it. I’ll keep you posted.
That’s it for this week. Stay in touch and if you enjoyed my book, please tell your friends. If you have time, please leave a review on Amazon. And thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for your feedback.
Keep the love going, Martha