I'm currently touring a bit of Britain at the moment, taking time out of my piggin' lifestyle to get back to the world which has been swimming around my mind of the past few years. As I travel, in my beat up old Tranny Motorhome, (for a 1978 vehicle, it ain't in too bad a shape, just needs a bit of TLC), I find my mind wandering and I have to find nice spots, or simply a lay-by, in which I can get out, stretch my legs, make a coffee and sit down with pen and pad and jot down the third installment of Morg and Ethos' journey. Yes, this may be a spoiler for you, but Ethos is alive and... not altogether well. He's found himself in quite a pickle in fact. And now I have to get on and see if he can find his way out of it...
With a few new characters and an array of new underwater adventures, I hope you will enjoy reading the third and final book, as much as I'm currently enjoying the writing of it.
It is planned for release later this year. Exactly when I cannot say, but you'll learn of it here first.
The photo below was taken on route to Dartmoor. What's not evident is the view I had from this lay-by. It was stunning.
They are watching
Further to my previous post, I just found out you can now become a real life mermaid/merman in the UK. It looks an expensive past-time, but if you've always wanted to do it, now you can.
Check out freedive.uk
There are a lot of events, if you look online, which delve into the world of mermaids in the form of women and girls dressing in fish tails pertaining to be the mystical mermaids of the deep. It has come to my attention that you don't have to travel the great ocean to see them perform. We, here in Britain have our own 'Real Mermaids'. Emily Keat has founded, The Cornish Mermaids, and is currently running events for children's parties and raising awareness of our oceans.
I believe this is a fairly new venture, but check out the website, and go and see them live at events. (There is one coming up in Cornwall on the 19th-21st June. Check it out, and who knows, you may see a real life mermaid.
Charles F Bond is writer of fantasy and paranormal fiction. He wishes you much merriment in the pursuit of good reading.
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