Monday, January 03, 2022

What’s up with Camy (January newsletter excerpt)

Thank you all for praying for me! My IBS is getting better, although I’ve had to eliminate more things from my diet. :( It’s so bland now, I was complaining to my mom that I should just eat rice and eggs. The good news is that I’m able to each mochi, and I’m thinking of making some for New Year’s.

I actually found an old Regency recipe I had posted before, “Mr. Darcy Would Be Appalled White Soup,” can be easily modified for my IBS diet, so I made that a couple weeks ago. It was very yummy and perfect for our cold weather lately.

If any of you know some good gluten-free recipes, please do send them my way! (I’m not actually sensitive to gluten, but I can’t eat wheat because it contains too much fructans, so essentially I have to go gluten-free.)

As I’ve been feeling better, I’ve been able to get more and more writing done each day! I’m slowly progressing on Lady Wynwood’s Spies, volume 4: Betrayer. Even though my health has taken a turn for the worse this year, I haven’t been able to not write, and I’m still plugging away at my next book. When will it be released? I’m afraid I don’t know, but if my health continues to improve, hopefully in the Spring this year.

I like writing “blog post extras” for my Christian Contemporary Romantic Suspense novels, which are just extra tidbits of info on the books, such as characters, settings, or themes. I’ve been finding some of these that had been posted on other websites but had gotten lost when the website went down or deleted my guest blog post.

So I’ll be posting these lost “blog post extras" on my blog, and I’ll link to them in my newsletter. If you’ve read my other romantic suspense novels, you might find these fun to read.

I wish you all Happy New Year!


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