You’ll have noticed that here, on this blog, I tend to stay clear of political things. That’s not because I don’t have an opinion (far from it!) but because there are other people who can do it better. Like, one of my absolute favourite writers, Etgar Keret, has done in a piece for the LA Times.
I’m almost back to normal. Emails have been replied to. Work has been done. Things just need a bit of a once over then they can be sent off. Nearly there. Thank goodness.
I know, I know, I know I’m behind with emails and various other things. I am not being rude, I’m just very, very busy, and I will do all I’ve said I’d do, and reply to all things that need replying to, soon.
Those of you who are particularly eagle eyed will have noticed that I have changed the description of what I am above (the bit below the title of this blog).
Pieces of Us is a piece of flash I wrote. You can see it here at The Pygmy Giant.
Thanks to Welcome to Talksville for this. Love it.
So all in all, so far, there will be twenty books (inlcuding mine, plus stuff our group have put out) going into the raffle (it looks like that’s the fairest way of doing things) for the World Book Day/Book Aid event. I now have three in my office – and I only asked on Friday!
We’re now up to 17/19 (with one book already here!). Bloody terrific. Thank you all!