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I’m not entering a title, though. I’m not. Because today is somehow… weird. I did manage to get a stack of stuff done, most of it in preparation for the next fairs, but I’m still feeling way behind, and would … Continue reading

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I’m back home from the forum lanarum, which was lovely – there were lots of very nice visitors, the organisers were incredibly well-organised and nice and helpful, the workshop room had plenty of tables and was light and spacious, and … Continue reading

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The sun is shining, we’ve been promised the hottest day in June today, the car is mostly cleared out of things from the weekend, and I’m utterly busy prepping for the next weekend. There’s a lot of odds and ends … Continue reading

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Before I drift off into the blissfulness of the holidays, with nothing to do but hang out with loved ones, have yummy food and too much caffeinated hot beverages and the other usual silliness that accompanies this season, one more … Continue reading

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It’s Friday (why is it Friday already?), the cat is napping after a long walk outside and a bowl of cat food, I have coffee, and things are coming along. Which is good, as I will spend all of next … Continue reading

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Somehow Friday’s Patreon-related thoughts ate so much of my brain capacity that I totally forgot to give you the Beast blog tour links. So here you go – the rest of our blog tour: Q&A at A Literary Vacation A … Continue reading

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It just arrived this morning, and oh, it is pretty! I’m very happy with it, and I can finally stop worrying. (I never stop worrying about a print product until it is in my hands, and I can be sure … Continue reading

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