I have been doing work. Mostly editing work for my book (out early June, folks, get it in your diary), and while there’s not much I can say about the book just yet what I can tell you is that I am exceptionally excited about how it’s shaping up – I saw the cover art for the first time the other day and I love it.
AND I’ve had all the quotes back from people who’ve read it. These are people whose work I love and who, I don’t mind admitting, I’m a little bit in awe of. And they liked it. Wow.
More soon. Promise.
And everyone seems to be getting married, or just got married, or agreeing to marry each other. I won’t mention any names, but you know who you are and I wish you all, all the very best.
And I have read a book on the Kindle. Well, not a whole one. I started the brilliant In Search of Adam (see my review here) in its paperback guise and, once my Kindle arrived, downloaded the eBook and continued reading on that. And I can happily report that the experience was a good one.
I will still buy books (I’ve never viewed eReaders as a replacement for actual books) but I would have no problem at all reading more on the Kindle in the future. It works. And it’s convenient. And I can put PDFs on it, which means that if, for instance, I want to read through a lengthy ms away from my office I can and don’t have to take hundreds of pages with me (or print them out).