Friday, March 07, 2008

spring is sprung?

Current work: revisions
Listening to: Kathryn William and Neill MacColl, Two (excellent and am very pleased I bought this – her voice is gorgeous and the guitar playing is fabulous, and I really like her songs – the way she has this lovely sweet melody and yet the words are very, very sharp)
Reading: Liz Fielding, His Runaway Bride (best kind of comfort read – liked the premise, liked the characters, sparkling dialogue as always, secondaries who definitely needed their own stories… vintage Liz, i.e. a great treat)

I was going to be all chirpy this morning (despite feeling like a zombie, thanks to the cough keeping me awake) and talk about how spring is definitely coming here – there’s blossom on the trees, the hedgerows are starting to green up, and my spring bulbs are out.

However, there’s meant to be a huge storm this weekend – very high winds on Sunday night. I do hope the weather forecasters have got it wrong. But, just in case, time to batten down the hatches. (And also get on with my revisions. I have two sets of proofs to do, too. And some other stuff. Time to get my brain into gear.)

I’ll be blogging at Love is the Best Medicine (i.e. the Medical authors’ joint blog) on Sunday, and on Monday do drop in to e-harlequin as they’re throwing a celebration for Breakfast at Giovanni’s (aka In Bed With Her Italian Boss). I’ll be talking about heroes and fantasies and all sorts of things, so this is your chance to ask questions and get answers. (Will put the link here on Monday so it’s easy to find.) In the meantime, I’m still at Jessica Hart's blog – come and join the discussion there!

2 comments:

Melissa Marsh said...

I thought spring was approaching here, too, but then woke up to two inches of snow on the ground! Gah! Thankfully, a lot of it is already melted.

Jan Jones said...

Getting the winds already here. Brrr.