Also taking precedence is the publication of my dark urban fantasy vampire novella, Dead Wrong (ebook went live on the publisher's site today and is on sale for a nice discount! It can also be downloaded at Amazon; paperback edition will be available later this week). Do know that this is not for the faint of heart - there is not much violence, but there is a tiny bit of erotica with strong language.
I actually am working on some urban fantasy books with a genealogical twist, but those will come later. For now, my life has revolved around settling in to my flat and learning how to live life alone in a new country with my husband in yet another country. He had been here for 4 months already, and I would have relied upon him to show me around, and act as my navigator as I learned how to drive here. No such luck. ;)
Just as I got quite comfortable with being here in England and settled into a routine, including the addition of our new bird and my son, I had to focus on promoting my book.
Oh my goodness, genealogy would be a welcome respite from the constant pace of life right now! I certainly do have posts in mind. I will apologize in advance that none of them have any exciting British genealogical information yet, but there is this gorgeous cemetery at this lovely church down the street that I am just "dying" to visit. Nobody to whom I am related would be buried there, but just to see British gravestones and start getting a feel for how they do things here would be a nice thing to do, don't you think?
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