Finding out that your life expectancy has been cut back makes you rethink your priorities.
I would like to sincerely thank my friend and editor, Julia and my good Ruth, Mary Jane, Sarah,Yezall and Paula for their unending support and kind words.
I have learned to enjoy the simpler things like my fuschias shown here and the sound of rain as it comes from the sky, the feel of the wind on your face as you stand on a cliff, as I did in 2010 at Scarborough-the year after my lovely friend Faye(pictured above) passed across the divide between the worlds.
The house in the pictures no longer exists except in my memories as the place where I was most at peace and lived with Faye for the last 6 months of her life. When my time comes, I know we will rejoin in the spirit world.
I have come to terms with the fact that my illnesses have curtailed any long term plans for writing and I am concentrating on one book at a time. The book I am working on for now is the extended version of http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EZ84216 ,I don't know if I will put it for sale, and don't care either way as I am writing the story for the enjoyment of writing and because Ruth enjoys my work.
When I started on this road as a writer, I wanted a simple goal of selling 10 e-books a month, or getting one of my books printed and on the book shelf, I realise now both are beyond reach and I have reconciled myself to the fact.