Half Hols

I’m still kinda on holiday. I took the whole of Monday off (and went for a really lovely walk), Tuesday I had to prepare for and take my Writing Group, which I enjoyed very much and today I’ve slipped gently back into my office. No actual writing done, more just bits of organising, some of which is for World Book Day (which is on Thursday March 1st), or, more accurately, the weeks that surround it. I’m looking forward to it as well. Lots of new faces to meet.


I’m resigned to the fact that I’m not ever going to be able to find another I.T. Works Ultra Slim USB keyboard, which is really quite sad (I’m using a tiny Cherry one at the mo which I hope I can get used to). I’m also resigned to the fact that I’m going to need a new laptop soon. This one’s ever so slow and most of the time sounds like central heating. Macs are good apparently. Any other suggestions then just let me know.


I’m really chuffed to hear that my friend, Sarah Ann Watts’ story ‘Looking Glass Vacation ‘ has been nominated for the BSFA awards. It’s a great story and one which I’ve been lucky enough to follow through drafts. Sarah, by the way, is also in the list of the nicest people I’ve never met. Well done, Sarah!

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