What Capt. Lacey has been up to . . .
I’ve been doing many things on this side of the laptop since last I posted. New website, as I noted. I am trying to figure out a way to get this blog on the website itself so my updates are all in one place. I’ll keep everyone posted on that.
I am progressing nicely on Drury Lane. Lacey is going places he’s never been and adjusting to a new stage in his life. I am happy with the book so far. I have a pub date in mind, which isn’t long from now, but I don’t want to invoke the jinx on this book, so I’m not saying until the book is with an editor. I want to, but I won’t.
After Drury Lane will come Murder in Grosvenor Square. I still want to take Lacey and Grenville to Egypt, since Grenville is so fond of the place, but I need to fit the book where it will naturally fall timewise in the tales, as well as logically with the development of Lacey’s life. I don’t want them to run off to Egypt just to go. It all has to make sense.
I had originally planned to write ten Lacey novels; however, now I see no reason to stop the series until it is ready to end. I think all series should end (gracefully), but only when it’s time. I keep thinking of adventures for Lacey, so I will continue to write them.
For now, Drury Lane is coming along, and I’ll announce a pub date as soon as I dare.