The Redcliffe Trilogy Inspiration

This morning I felt a mild sense of panic when I realised that once I finish editing Love Kills (A Redcliffe Novel) and send it off to the publisher, I will then need to start writing the third Redcliffe book. At the time it was only a vague idea in my head, sort of following on from the latest installment that I just wrote. Determined not to be perturbed, I put the panic out of my mind and sent out a silent plea to my muse.

After lunch I finally dragged myself away from the computer and decided to take myself, the baby and the dog out for our daily walk. The weather was beautiful. It was sunny and fairly mild for a January day in England. We strolled along by the canal, my daughter chattering away happily in her pushchair, the dog running off ahead exploring the undergrowth.

LK Back Cover

My mind wandered as I stared out at the water, and I admired the way the sunshine reflected in warm colours of orange, yellow, and even hints of blue on the gently rippling surface. There were no boats moored up in their usual spots, which surprised me, but then I remembered, it is winter. We continued on our walk, following the gentle sweep of the recently resurfaced towpath, and we didn’t encounter anybody else on our way.

And then it hit me. I was mentally organizing my current edit of Love Kills (A Redcliffe Novel), and then I started to think about what would happen next to Jessica Stone and Jack and Danny Mason. The story suddenly panned out in my head, clear and exciting and ready to be written. Hallelujah! My muse has spoken, and my prayers have been answered. As soon as Love Kills (A Redcliffe Novel) has been dispatched, I will get started on the next book, as yet untitled.


But that wasn’t all. I was in luck today, and it must have been the sunshine drawing out my inspiration. Not only did I mentally prepare the third Redcliffe book, but an idea for the fourth one started to grow as well.  And it sounds good! And then, to top it off, I came up with a plot for a completely separate novel featuring a character that appeared in another novel. She is a powerful and ancient vampire, and I now have a clear idea of where she came from, and how her story should be told.

LH Excerpt #1

All in all, it was a very successful walk. I feel refreshed and invigorated to continue my work, the dog is happy after running round like a puppy and playing with sticks. And my daughter had some fresh air and a little stimulation as she saw the ducks, the water, and the beautiful countryside in which we live. Clearly I was brought to live in Middlewich by some sort of divine intervention!

If you haven’t yet read Love Hurts (A Redcliffe Novel), get it now for Kindle on special offer until the end of January!



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7 Responses to The Redcliffe Trilogy Inspiration

  1. anarchist says:

    Hi,Apologies for the off-topic comment, but I couldn't find a contact email for you.I recently put out an ebook of my writing, called The New Death and others. It's a collection of short pieces, mostly dark fantasy.I was wondering if you'd be interested in doing a review on your blog.If so, please email me: Let me know what file format is easiest for you, and I'll send you a free copy.You can download a sample from the ebook's page on Smashwords:'m also happy to do interviews, guest posts, or giveaways. Just let me know what you'd prefer.Yours,James.

  2. L. Filloon says:

    I love how you let your surroundings and your sense of awareness around you inspire you in such a way. I think of my next book, the followup to The Binding, and they are all random thoughts, but hopefully like you, they will come together. Ahh, I suddenly feel like going out for a walk.By the way, I joined your blog earlier but it was with that "Network Blogging" or something, and when I came back I saw you have the Blogger "Followers" on, so I joined again. Thanks for sharing and for the inspirational "walk".

  3. Steven Green says:

    Can’t wait for her next book

  4. Thank you! Yes I do live in a beautiful part of the country, and it does fill me with inspiration every day.

  5. Boyd Lemon says:

    Yes, completion is a difficult adjustment, as odd as that seems. I am in that stage myself, just having completed my fifth book. Now what?

    By the way–
    Two of my books are in the Kindle Free Book Promotion, “Digging Deep: A Writer Uncovers His Marriages” and “Unexpected Love and Other Stories.” Through Tuesday, January 17th you can download them on your Kindle and Kindle App for FREE! As I write this I am thrilled that they are ranked 3rd and 13th respectively in their categories on Kindle Books. Help me out and download them on your Kindle or Kindle App for FREE to propel them to #1! It doesn’t cost you anything. Here are the direct links for “buying” the books: and

    (If you don’t have an e-reader, you can down load the Kindle App from the Kindle site onto your computer or smart phone, and then download the books from there, and read them on your computer or smart phone).

    If you want information and excerpts from these books, go to my website, Thank you for your help. Boyd

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