Jane       Cable

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'The past is never dead...'

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Future Projects

Always a good question to ask an author – what are you working on now? Then if

you like their work you can look forward to it, or if not then you know what to

avoid.

 

My current project is a story about a young archaeologist who feels she is never

quite alone under the sweeping Lincolnshire skies. It was inspired by a visit to the

beautiful village of Winteringham on the banks of the Humber, the place where

Roman Ermine Street ended. The research into archaeology has been fascinating

but somewhat of a distraction from getting on with the plot.

 

A number of people have asked me if there’s going to be a sequel to The Cheesemaker’s House. If I had unlimited time, the answer would certainly be yes; I know exactly what happens to Alice and Owen next and I would like to share it.

 

I’m also pondering whether to revisit an earlier manuscript about a single father who turns his back on life in the City to bring up his daughter in a house made from a railway carriage on the beach at Pagham near Bognor. As I become more established as a Chichester writer I am often asked why I don’t set my stories more locally so if I can re-work this one to my satisfaction then perhaps I will.

 

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