It's definitely into my favourite season now, although we've had glorious sunshine here for the past few days, once the thick morning fog cleared. I can't believe how long it is since I updated the blog - still too many days gadding out and about and enjoying coffees, lunches and a particularly enjoyable clothes shopping trip with my friend. There was as much chatting, drinking and eating as there was trying on clothes and the day passed so quickly we ended up driving home in the rush hour traffic!
I've been enjoying the typical signs of autumn in the hedgerows and at the coast with rose hips and brambles and I don't mind the darker nights when the TV has been so good at last. Between the lovely BBC productions of An Inspector Calls, The Go Between and Cider with Rosie, we've been quite spoiled. I also enjoy Downton Abbey and have been watching the new Scandi crime drama, Beck, on BBC 4 on Saturday evenings, as well as the creepy ITV drama, Midwinter of the Spirit (love that title), and Doctor Foster on BBC. You can tell I love drama!
On the writing front, I've been featured on two different blogs with two different books yesterday and today - quite coincidentally as yesterday's should have been last week. The first is on Thursday Throng with Summer of the Eagles and today I'm on Cynthia Woolf's blog, where I'm talking about the background to The Highland Lass.
Next week, I'm speaking at a local writing group so need to finish preparing that, and I'm looking forward to interviewing daughter Victoria before the launch of Follow Me!
Enjoy your weekend,