Monday, December 1, 2008

I'm So Brave

Well, the scarey thing for me today, the first chapter of Hafan Deg is in the link on the left.

The following is just a tiny book-jacket kind of blurb about it, so that you know what to expect.

Karen Miles is a successful London book editor, a single mother in her early fifties. She seems to have it all, good income, beautiful London apartment, regular travel, the occasional man, and adult children she is proud of. Yet she is not happy and her days are becoming more and more deadening. Something is missing from her life, and she sets out to discover what this is. A derelict house in North Wales, an area where she and the children vacationed many years earlier, becomes the catalyst for her transformation.

3 comments:

Klymyshyn Design said...

Fran, you oughta send your playwright script to the Great Plains Theater Conference in Omaha...
sometimes frequented by Edward Albee (himself!)
I have a knitting article query at Interweave Knits, hoping to parle it into a BOOK!
Yes, I too inherited the literal GENE...though some question it....!
My sis' is the novelist...no luck yet...

Klymyshyn Design said...

Okay - I'm curious!
Listen to our common friend, Esther H. She is very intelligent, literate and the perfect champion!
The fact is: you may hide your novel...but it's still there. You breathed it into existence and NOW, you must set it free (after much nurturing).
FACT.
kelly.

Fran said...

It's wonderful to be getting such a good response. Thanks for your suggestions.

I wasn't so much trying to hide the novel, but I just didn't want it to take up so much space on the blog!