It’s been a busy week for me. I started off with the longest list, ever, of things to do and at one point thought I was going to have some sort of meltdown. However, I’m pleased to report meltdown was avoided and embracing my new mantra of ‘Fearless’ (some of you might have read my Fearless blog post) I attacked the list in true Bruce Willis fashion. Yippee-ki-yay! Not much of a list left now – go me! 🙂
I won’t bore you with all the tedious things on that list but there are a couple worth a mention.
The week started off very civilised with a RNA lunch in Southampton. I met Mandy Baggot, Laura James and Catherine Miller for a quick coffee and a catch up before enjoying a nice lunch with about 15 other members. Lots of laughter and food – I’m not sure why they put us on a separate table…
Also this week I’ve finished the first draft of my novella ‘Closing In’ . This is about to be sent off for proofreading and editing, meaning I’m still on target for my release date of 14 March. I’ve also finalised the cover and blurb.
Ellen Phoenix is running from her past, but her past is out running her.
A new job. A new identify. A new life. She thinks she’s safe.
The quiet coastal village of Middleton-on-Sea seems the perfect sanctuary for a person who doesn’t want to be found.
However, it appears someone has other ideas. Who knows her secret? Who has betrayed her? Ultimately, who has the most to lose?
Also noteworthy, I’ve had a very short week at work, just one day (today) and one hour tomorrow :-), I’ve finished reading ‘Orion’s Gift’ by Anneli Purchase (will be posting my review on Monday) and have officially registered for the London to Brighton bike ride in June.
And finally, as it’s Valentine’s Day (you seriously didn’t think I was going to ignore this, did you?)
I’ve treated myself to some chocolates
and now all I need to do, is to decide which of these films to watch tonight
Will leave you with a song appropriate for today by the great Dionne Warwick
Have a lovely Valentine’s Day