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Let it be know that I am not a fan of snow, but look at it! Sssssnowww phobic I may be, but I was exercising monumental work-avoidance tactics when I took a picture of my garden, and I have to say I was taken with a couple of details: my cat's paw prints and the way the trees look like sculptures. This image looks like I've done something clever with the black-and-white feature on the camera, but I didn't (indeed, I can't - in fact I can't even upload it onto here!) Needless to say, ideas from this pic WILL appear in novel number 2, whose plot is somewhat cold and dark (what a surprise...not...) What you can't see on this photo is the pit. Yes, the pit. Mmmmm. Underneath that whiteness is a deep pit - probably 6 feet deep - originally constructed as a car pit. You know, you climb in and check important aspects of your car's underbelly. It's covered by six wooden planks placed fairly precariously across the top. Yep, that's in the novel as well!
Kerry Hadley-Pryce has written fiction for as long as she can remember. She has had a thousand jobs ranging from dinner lady to company director, but writing is the best job she's had. She lives with her family in the sunny West Midlands, UK.