A trip to the cemetery in Queanbeyan, just before the border with Canberra, on Friday afternoon (my grandparents are buried there). If you ever wonder what landscape inspires my writing, take a look at it.
I visited the library again on Monday. After figuring out the scary returns scanner, I sent two (of six) books back, and came home with eight more!
Yes, I’ve already read Marrying Winterborne, but I wanted a look at the hardcover version. I’m going to return it for someone else to borrow at the start of next week.
The USSR book is actually a 1980s encyclopaedia of Eastern European costumes, and the section about Ukraine was so fantastic (and strangely accurate, considering Russian propaganda – the only information crossing the Iron Curtain to get to the west – was [and still is] so anti-Ukrainian) I just had to borrow it. I actually want to buy it!
Lunchtime at my aunt’s house in Queanbeyan the same day I visited the cemetery.
My amazing writing view in sunny Canberra this week.
New Cover for Lisa Kleypas
Happy 201st Birthday, Emily Brontë!
My review of Consequences of a Hot Havana Night (Passion in Paradise #6) by Louise Fuller