End of a Trilogy

At the beginning of this month I launched the final instalment of The Higher and I was filled with mixed feelings. The first Higher was published two years ago and was a huge milestone for me. I’d dabbled with writing on and off for years, not quite confident that I could do it. Then the Higher was born and it seemed like I hit the ground running. I did have moments of stalling. The second book was the hardest to write and even now I am not totally happy with it. Now with the final one in print I have prepared to say goodbye to some of my favourite characters…well until a prequel is written anyway. Well I hope you enjoy them just as much as I did.

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About deborahcfoulkes

I was born and bred in the Yorkshire market town of Selby, which is lucky enough to have an historic abbey church at its centre, also being a 30 minute car drive to famous York, I use every bit of that history to create new worlds. My degree is in History and English Lit, but my leaning is towards history. I have a fascination with the Tudors and I’ve been told by a University tutor, I have an unhealthy liking for Henry VIII. That said my area of expertise study wise is Matthew Hopkins and the so called witches of the 1600’s. Books have been a part of my life as far back as I can remember and I count Stephen King, James Herbert and the Brothers Grimms as my literary heroes. I have a fondness for the macabre and a weakness for the antagonist of any story. By day, I work in a public library and by night or days off, I am hitting the keys of my lovely blue laptop

Posted on October 17, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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