Friday, October 26, 2007


Current work: Archaeologist book, which has just grown another chapter…
Listening to: Justin Currie, What is Love For (very, very good)
Reading: The Butterfly House, Marcia Preston (enjoying it - the bits about butterflies are fascinating)

Am busy with book so am leaving you with the chance to do two things:

1. Go and see Julie Cohen – you could win a copy of the hardback of her book One Night Stand

2. (particularly for readers with children…) click on the link below for a seriously funny song – it’s everything a mum would say to her kids over the course of a day, cut down to 2 mins 55 seconds and sung to the William Tell Overture (this was sent to me by my good friend Medicals author Amy Andrews,whose 10th book, The Italian Count's Baby, is out this month - I have a copy on my TBR pile). I admit, I’m guilty of a lot of these…


Amy Andrews said...

Dang Kate - just watchje dit again and it still cracks me up.

I've just finished your Italian GP's bride which was great - and you have MY cover!!! The Italian Counts Baby is set just up the road from Naples and has that same Italian feel to it. I have to say that I didn't think anything would make me want to go back to Naples ever again but your book sure did. You showed a whole other side to the dirty, dingy city that most tourists only see at a glance. I also loved the Pompeii scene - took me right back to when my dh and I visted there many years ago.


Fiona Lowe said...

I've shown this clip to every mother know!
Love it, love it, love it!

Kate Hardy said...

Thanks for sending it to me, Amy. Glad you enjoyed my Italian GP... I've just been revisiting Naples in the current WIP, so thanks for making me feel that I got the feel of the city :o)

Fiona - it's hilarious, isn't it?