Current work: fiction and nonfiction
Listening to: Pink Floyd
Reading: Donna Hayes, Some Kind of Hero
The weekend has just vanished. Am pleased to report that, bar some damage at Cromer, Lowestoft and Walcot, this part of the world managed to keep a few centimetres on the right side of the surge. The newspapers report that it was pretty close.
Spent the weekend licking the nonfiction into shape and dragged the family out on a photoshoot.
Piano lesson good, yesterday – not perfect on the Katie Melua but a huge improvement. Started a new piece: Liszt’s ‘Liebestraum’. More work on book. Quick chat with local newspaper’s chief librarian (am on the hunt for my remaining pictures). Governor meeting (was long but useful). More work. Sleeeeeep. (I had a very interesting dream on Sunday night involving Hugh Grant. Can’t remember it now, but I woke up smiling yesterday.)
Plan for today: guitar, as much work as possible, and then a booksigning at Jarrold’s in Norwich from 6-9 pm. If any readers happen to be in the area, do come in and say hello.
Also might have some exciting news to reveal about next week...