The Cobbler at Loch Long
Anyway, I'm now trying to concentrate on getting back to work - more difficult than I expected - while waiting for the editing process to begin on my novel. I think we're going to move my desk and computer into what is the dining room at the moment as it's warmer there in the winter than the extension 'study' I'm in at the moment. I've often said how much I enjoy writing in a cafe once a week and on trains with pen and paper, so I'm pretty sure it might help to do more longhand writing when possible. Then I enjoy redrafting while transferring it to the computer. I'll let you know how I get on with that over the next few months.
Very pleased to see daughter, Vikki, had another great flash fiction story, Once Ours, published - this time in Word Bohemia. Coincidentally, we had a very good workshop on writing Flash Fiction from Myra Duffy at the writing group on on Tuesday - informative and fun. Do many of you write this form of fiction? There certainly seems to be quite a lot of markets for it these days, although it's a difficult (but satisfyingly creative) type of short story.
Better plan my writing priorities for tomorrow and the rest of the week, or I'll end up dithering without anything to show for it!