April events and work in progress

As mentioned last month, Jemima attended the 'Flying through the Thirties' symposium at Croydon Airport, where her display of her father's archive was well received. Among things mentioned were the Q code system of communication - and the manual is in the archive.  The book White Water Landings caught people's attention, too.  There are plans to attend a Croydon Airport Museum Open Day in September or October.

Jemima talks through the Q code book with a visitor

Camp NaNoWriMo has given Jemima the impetus to get on with Book 2 of the Viridian System series - it still lacks a title, but it has reached about 82% of the anticipated word count.  Jemima comments: "It's a lot of adventure, with some mystery and plenty of twists, but I need to work on the action element once it gets to the editing stage."  Yes, that's a first draft for you!

Jemima plans to do Camp NaNo again in July to focus on the seventh Princelings book - provisionally called The Chronicles of Willoughby the Narrator.

Watch out for a Goodreads Giveaway next month - Bravo Victor will complete the romp through the Princelings paperbacks.


Jo said…
I couldn't find your A to Z posts Jemima. However, thanks for all the visits.
Jemima Pett said…
Oh, they are here, Jo! http://jemimapett.com