Airport Grooviness

Today was one of those teacher’s days off. I played Lego with my daughter all day. I am not a Lego lover in any way shape or form. I’ve just reached the final chapter of the first draft of my Currawong mystery and so intensely frustrating to have to stop AGAIN. But my lovely writing mate, Nathan Burrage cheered me up when he sent through this picture of Poet’s Cottage at the airport. How divine to see it presented and looking so grand whilst I sit at home constructing Lego cars. Thank you, Nathan! xx

2 Responses

  1. jen storer March 31, 2012 / 5:57 am

    TP I adore your book! I will write properly soon but can I just say what a brilliant time I am having every time I pick up Poets Cottage? I always know i love a book when at the close of each reading I sit for a moment stroking the cover, and that’s precisely what i am doing with Poets. love it. you are a star my girl. i am so thrilled for you. jxx

  2. josephinetalepeddler March 31, 2012 / 9:56 am

    Jen, thank you soooo much! And don’t forget that the book is there for you if you want it for a gift for someone. Thank you so much for buying it and supporting me You are so beyond kind as always. I also spend quite a lot of time stroking my book as well but Pan Macmillan did such a superb job of it. And doesn’t she smell divine? Swoon. Don’t start me! xx

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