Thursday, August 10, 2006

Making good progress with my latest W.I.P

I'm about a third of a way through writing my latest novel, which I've renamed: HEART OF A STRANGER.

The past few days I've been getting so many plot ideas for it that it's hard to rein them all in. I don't intend to go off at a tangent.

The story so far is that Angeline Hamilton is devasted to discover during the reading of her father's will that not only has she lost her inheritance, but she has lost her family home too -- Tarrington Manor. She approaches the new owner, Sebastian Tremaine, under the pretence that she has applied for a job at the house.

Now there have been a few twists and turns along the way and Sebastian initially is not all he appears to be, causing Angeline to mistrust him. However, she gets on really well with Sebastian's sister, Marsha, who turns up at the house and is able to find out more about her mysterious boss via their friendship.

Sebastian Tremaine realises that something is wrong and that someone had been conning Angeline's sick father out of thousands of pounds. When Angeline realises who that person could be, she is in for a shock. Not only that, the person in question is out there at large and could be a threat to Angeline's life.

The up coming Masked Ball, Sebastian intends to hold at the house, maybe just the time when secrets will unfold to reveal exactly what this ghost from the past wants from Angeline.

1 comment:

Magnolia said...

Lynette,

Thanks for your encouraging note on my blogspot. I've managed to cut out sugar for the most part. I had a bite of chocolate (very small) and it tasted terrible! So, I'm wondering if my taste buds are changing without all that sugar in my system.

I get to take a diabetes nutritional class on Tuesday and I'm pretty excited about that.

Congratulations on all your writing successes and good luck with your current WIP.

Sonya

PS: The pictures of you and your family are just lovely!