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Bye For Now
Sunday, July 16, 2006
Am off to London tomorrow until Friday so don't expect to hear anything from me while I'm gone. The fact that I'm not visiting your blog doesn't mean I've forgotten you, I'm simply otherwise occupied. I'll be riding The Eye, seeing Whistle Down The Wind at the Palace Theatre, hanging out in Trafalgar Square, visiting the National Portrait Gallery and doing all sorts of other touristy stuff.

Nothing much to report on the writing front. I've been too busy getting my paid work wound up before I leave to put much into the book but I've made notes and written another couple of hundred words. Not a lot, I know, but a little is better than nothing, yeah? The laptop will be coming with me so that I can write while I'm stuck on my pump during the mornings. I could go long-hand but I know I'd just end up with cramp in my fingers so I'm better off with the lappy.

What else? Nothing much at all. It's too hot to even think, let alone do anything.

Today I'm going to head you in the direction of Trish Wylie's blog. She has a really interesting 'course' going to help us newbies understand more about the mechanics of writing. I've been following it so far but haven't the time to read the latest installment as I really have to log off and get on with baking a cake now. Nip over and have a look, though. She's being lovely for sharing her knowledge with us.

Will see you all when I get back.

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Posted by Sharon J on 4:47 PM   

Blogger Eva said...

Have a fabulous time, Sharon!

5:35 PM   

Blogger Sue aka MsCreativity said...

Ooh lucky you! (I'm long overdue my London fix). I know you'll have a fab time, enjoy yourself, and take care!

Sue :-)

8:07 PM   

Anonymous Kate said...

My name is kate and I just found your writing blog. I am writing a novel too, so I will be visiting again. Hope you enjoy London,

11:06 PM   

Blogger Debi said...

Closer ... you're getting closer ... I can see the Eye from the top of our block ...

Is that you waving?

10:50 AM   

Blogger Karen Erickson said...

Have a great time Sharon! Love the pic.

7:12 PM   

Blogger Julie S said...

Have fun!!!

1:22 AM   

Blogger Sue aka MsCreativity said...

Okay, I've tried to be patient, but where are you?! Are you ever coming home from London? You're being missed and your presence is needed at a great blogparty...
(I hope all is well and you're taking care of yourself)

Sue :-)

1:34 PM   

Blogger Cherry Rolfe said...

Are you ever coming home????

1:36 PM   

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