So what do I have to tell you this week, my dears? Well, nothing much really. It’s pretty much been work, work, work, cleaning, work, work, work here. But oh well. We can’t have everything we want, now, can we?
On the plus side, I got a bit of Baying For Blood done. This means we’re up to the 33, 107 words mark. So woohoo! That’s about halfway or so, I’d say. We’re definitely into the middle bit anyway.
I’m loving writing Baying For Blood, but I have to admit that I wish I had more time to do it. Unlike lovely Gayla Drummond (@Scath) I can’t write quite so fast, either, as she inadvertently pointed out in a recent blog post.
Continue reading “Progress, Authors, Presents, Parents & Kitties Needing Help”
Despite being on holiday from work, I am still dreaming about it. I’m not sure that’s entirely fair in the scheme of escaping it. As usual, any free time I have does not go as planned. Instead, there has been illness, flat inspections and family furore.
And Barley is still getting us up at crazy o’clock to see to his purry needs.
However, I did get some writing done. Most of it has been on Baying For Blood. This is the sequel to Preying On Time that I have been going on about for what seems like forever (and will seem even longer once it is actually complete).
Continue reading “Break Time So Far”
But it’s our first Christmas together in our new home. First Christmas since we both moved out. First Christmas for the kitten. And I’m excited and bought a tree.
Here is the tree:
I don’t think it looks too bad for a first attempt. We’ll get some lights for it soon enough too.
Bear also wants lights for the window.
Continue reading “I Know It’s Only November…”
Today is my first proper day off in a while where I haven’t ended up having to do anything in particular or go out and see either of our families. All I have to do is concentrate on writing, my blog and tidying up.
I’m also going to attempt to read some more of Broken if I have time.
As you can see, Barley is getting bigger too. We managed to get on top of his flea problem, which is a relief, and he seems much happier for it.
Continue reading “Listening To The Spin Cycle”