Happy New Year

Wishing you all a Happy New Year. I do hope you achieve your life goals during 2015. Our family awaits a new member – my second grandchild is getting ready to join this mad world and Nanny G cannot wait.

My apologies for not getting around blogs over the festive period but my computer had major issues and I could not access several accounts. Thanks to my computer guy, I am now up and running with updated software.

Whilst dealing with my problem it came to light that he has a career that I knew nothing about. He is a piper (plays bagpipes) and did so for a man famous for owning Harrods, in the UK. Yes, he was Mohammed Al Fayed’s personal piper.

Isn’t it funny how we never know the other self of folks we know?

In my Christmas Scrubs story I had a hint of that idea running through the plot.

My plans for writing during 2015 are laid out to some extent. I am not 100% certain of what I will write next but ideas are piling high.

I look forward to meeting up with Jessica Bell in February. She flies over from Athens to London for a month or so. Several author friends will be gathering for a catch up -exciting times!

schrijver10November will see me roaming around The Bard’s hometown, Stratford Upon Avon. I won’t be alone, it is the Festival of Romance Fiction 2015 venue. It is a place I have never visited and to think of being there as an author is something of a thrill. I opted for this as my Christmas gift over joining the RNA New Writer’s Scheme. I have heard they are considering self-published members under a new catagory next year, so might apply for that section of the association. FoRF 2015 just won me over and I booked within a few hours.

About Glynis Peters Author

I write Historical saga style novels featuring mystery and romantic twists. HarperCollins/HarperImpulse publishers of my novel, The Secret Orphan. I live in the UK, in a coastal town in Essex. When I am not writing, I enjoy making greetings cards, Cross Stitch, fishing and the company of my little granddaughters. I also write Victorian novels under my own name, Glynis Smy,
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13 Responses to Happy New Year

  1. Margot Kinberg says:

    Welcome back, Glynis, and a Happy 2015 to you! I wish you much success with your writing this year! Oh, and I think that’s really interesting about that other career as a piper. Shows you that people can have sides you never knew about…

  2. It sounds as though you have a wonderful 2015 ahead of you Glynis. Not least of all a new grandchild! Wishing you all the best xx

  3. Jade Reyner says:

    Happy New Year to you too. And congratulations on your impending arrival. I hope that all goes well 🙂 I have been to Stratford on Avon many years ago, long before I discovered writing. I am thinking that now, were I to visit, I would see it all in a whole different light.

  4. hilarymb says:

    Hi Glynis .. perhaps Granny G’s grandchild will arrive on Mrs H’s birthday next week – who knows?! Wonderful to look forward to … and so pleased you’ll be meeting up with Jess and friends in London in February … Happy and successful New Year – Hilary

    • Glynis Smy says:

      Mrs H … DH / aka Granddad Grumps also has a birthday next week! Maybe you both will bring good fortune to our pending birth. Wishing you a Happy Year ahead xx

  5. Happy New Year, and congratulations on the impending new addition to the family!

  6. James Burk says:

    Congratulations and best wishes to all involved. Hugs and all bests.

    Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2015 15:05:48 +0000 To: jimburk32@hotmail.com

  7. denizb33 says:

    Happy new year! Can’t wait to hear about your meetup with Jessica 🙂

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