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BBC and all that

M y buddy Mike; always an interesting read.

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Still had time for an occasional walk! Still had time for an occasional walk!

Last week was another busy one. Plenty of writing and planning, but then I had to go up to London to discuss the next books.

I am currently on a two book contract. The first of the pair is written and submitted: it’s the last of the Vintener Trilogy, and deals with events ten years after Crécy. I really like it. There is a pretty high body count, but most folks are happy with that. The questions was, though, what my editor and I should look at next. Some people have been asking me to write about Agincourt, which is an appealing idea, but for that I’d have to invent a bunch of new characters and work through a different period, while many readers would expect something to follow on from the other books. They are all in the Hundred Years War, after all.

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  1. Fergus
    September 22, 2015 at 2:46 pm

    This is “à propos de rien” as well, shows I read the blog, mind. From East Lothian, I would go up to Edinburgh and down to London. If you look at a map, London’s at the bottom so it has to be down. Doesn’t it?

  2. September 22, 2015 at 3:00 pm

    It does, but the boy Michael lives on Dartmoor, so what’s down to us is up to him. (Actually it’s more sideways, but ‘Going sideways to London’, would sound a bit daft, would it not?)

  3. Fergus
    September 22, 2015 at 7:22 pm

    Not really, we’d replace “sideways to” with “across to” and that would work for most of the south of England and Wales. In any case, I don’t think we’ll be changing anything soon. Amusing though.

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