Needless to say, I haven’t written anything since mid-October except minutes of meetings I’ve attended and this blog. But I know it is time to move on, at least with my writing. I once said I write to get the stories out of my head. Now I must write to keep my characters from nagging.
Of course they feel neglected. And lately they’ve been clamoring for my attention.
Poor Damaris. She hasn’t decided yet whether she will forgive Matthew for the years of pain he caused her by setting her aside in favor of his mistress. But everything is not as it seems. Did Zoe cast a magic spell on the man both she and Damaris love, or is there something else at work here? What has Matthew been hiding?
Matthew, who professes to be a self-made man, has a secret that could destroy him and all he worked for if he reveals it. Yet if he does, he might win back Damaris’s love. Can he take the chance?
I have them teetering over an abyss and only I can set everything right.
It’s a heady feeling and I am impatient to give them the nudge they need to find each other again. It just takes sitting down and letting my fingers get to work.
I am nearly there. I can’t let them down this close to writing “The End.”
Jim loved to tell people I am an author. I can’t let him down, either.
So it is back to the keyboard and setting my imagination free.