The last week has been very productive. I spent a lot of time over the weekend plot sorting - deciding what should be in the rest of the book - and have things pretty well nailed down now. It's not a detailed outline - that would be boring for me - just a list of things that need to happen in each chapter, which is rather the way I did The King's Druid. After that I went on to finish chapter 16 - "An Old Enemy", and should finish chapter 17 ("The Saxon King") and start chapter 18 ("The Singer of Tales") today. That second one needs to get Gwernin et al out of their current problems. Taliesin will probably figure it out!
In other news, no measurable snow so far this month, but there's a lot of March - and April - left.
Most important references for the last week (aside, as usual, from the ordinance survey maps):
The towns of Roman Britain by John Wacher
Cloth And Clothing in Early Anglo-Saxon England, AD 450-700 (CBA Research Reports) (CBA Research Reports) by Penelope Walton Rogers
Anglo-Saxon food and drink : production, processing, distribution and consumption by Ann Hagen
An Introduction to Early English Law by Bill Griffiths
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