Current work: revisions to Medical continuity
Listening to: Corelli
Reading: next on TBR
I saw this Lolcats pic a while back and really enjoyed it.
This is a bit like being in this house, now we have wireless. DH emailed me last night to let me know he was in the conservatory (! I think that was a ‘time to stop work now, honey’ hint), and then there was an email exchange while we were curled up on the sofa - I was making book playlists and he was mesisng about on the internet. Cough. I foresee Saturday morning emails along the lines of above (except relating to cups of tea – DH having a lie in while I’m slaving away at the book, therefore nearer the kitchen and therefore being the person who should make said cup of tea - DH, if you're reading this, no, that wasn't an offer. I have revisions so cups of tea need to flow my way, please).
Congratulations? Well, there’s a celebration going on over at eHarlequin on the Medical authors’ group blog - several of us have been shortlisted for an award, so we’re celebrating with a party (and I happen to know that giving away books is part of the plan). Do go over and comment!
On other stuff: Dad isn’t so well, so I guess my sleepless nights are going to continue for a while. And I have an interview with the EDP and one of my favourite journalists tomorrow, about the Blicking Hall talk on 19 June – booking details of all four talks is here. (What, you think we’re going to drink coffee and play with the iPad? Umm… yes. After the interview. And during it. Just because it work doesn’t mean it can’t be fun as well.) And in between I have revisions. I am incredibly relieved that they're not quite as heavy as the last eighteen months have been. Let's hope this bodes well for the future, too.