Let us see, my lovelies, for here is my challenge, as a writer, right this second – to convince you, to beckon you with my words and hook you in – to call you over here and demand that you engage with what I have to say.
Because what I’m telling you is that NOT ONLY am I bringing you part three of this most wonderful, glorious fiction (which, by the way, is still my favourite thing I’ve ever written), but also that it has been
suggested strongly recommended to me that I take these pieces and turn them into chapters of a BOOK.
Let me know what you think:
Start at the beginning, if you’ve not already been there, with my first encounter with an unexpected talent, the like of which I have never seen before, nor been so surprised by since, as I weave you a tale of memory in Shadows and Stardust.
Then follow the threads of the story to their next, horrifying, gut-wrenching step, as I meet up again with that wonderful woman, in such changed circumstances, and lose her – my dear Wasted Minstrel…
Come with me, quick! QUICK! Because something awful happened, and oh! I can’t begin to tell you how difficult it was to cope with the outcome of that loss of contact – and yet, could it possibly be that there’s room for redemption for this lost soul? Find out, over at Laura’s in Anitra’s Chance.
(and purely for vanity’s sake – let me know if you like the idea of this as a book. I promise nothing, but I’d appreciate the feedback)