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After a three month hiatus, I'm back to the task of editing, tweaking and getting ready to publish my historical fiction manuscript, Forgotten Roots. The venue of this story is St. Joseph Island, Ontario, both in the early 1800s and in the present time.
St. Joe is where my book, Bad Medicine, was set, and also where my family spends as much time as possible in the summers. The view from our front deck (at left) looks out onto the St. Joseph Channel. Tough duty.
Not that "back to work" is a bad thing. As much as we look forward to our summers, returning to my little office where my computer is set up with its quiet surroundings is a pleasure. So now it's back to doing what writers do: Juggle available time with self-promotion, blogging, editing, re-writes, and if there is time left...actual writing.
Meet Katherine Pym, historical writer extraordinaire.