A week outside the garret

I’ve done no writing since Monday, which feels a bit odd. Actually, I haven’t exactly done nothing; I’ve read through some of my overdue-for-rewriting short stories, and tinkered with another one which I’ve now sent out. More of that next week I think. And I’ve done a little light critiquing.

I’ve also managed to clean and de-clutter just enough of the house to throw the remaining dust and clutter into stark relief. Bugger.

In other news, I’m delighted to have been asked to be the guest at the May meeting of the BSFA, to be held on Wednesday 27th May at The Antelope Tavern, Eaton Terrace, London SW1W 8EZ. Non-members of the BSFA are welcome, I believe.

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