The website for young adult author Kate Larkindale. A place for her musings on writing, publishing and a day job in the film business.
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Celebrate the Small Things 28-4-17
This post is part of Lexa Cain's bloghop, Celebrate the Small Things. Head on over there to join up!
So what am I celebrating this week?
We sold the house!
Yes, after a long, nerve-wracking few weeks, we sold the house. And it has all worked out perfectly with the new owners wanting to take over at the same time we move to the new house. I am so relieved! And now I can focus on getting ready to move in two weeks.
Of course, with all that, I've done very little writing work, but I hope to be able to do some now I've calmed down a bit.
My day-job hasn't calmed down at all though. If anything, it's even crazier this week than it was last. And I doubt it will slow down even a little until the team going to Cannes leave in the second week of May.
So maybe I won't get any writing done…
The woman I'm ghostwriting for is coming down this weekend, and I'm hoping to get some interviews done so I can start writing some chapters soon.
On Wednesday I went to the theatre for the first time in months and saw an awesome play called Hand of God. It was about a guy with a possessed puppet and it was the funniest thing I've seen in a long time.
What are you celebrating this week?
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Yay! That's definitely something to celebrate. I'm glad things are coming together. Hope you can get some writing done, too.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on the house! Also, extremely jealous about having a connection to Cannes.ReplyDelete
That play sounds familiar, but I've never seen it. Congratulations on your new house! I hope you are able to do a lot of writing in it!ReplyDelete
Good luck with your ghost writing! Awesome news that the house sold. Throwing confetti. What a relief. So happy for you. :)ReplyDelete
YAHHHOOOO!!! I'm so happy for you. If anyone deserves some good luck it's you so I'm delighted you got some. Wishing you some down time at work and great interviews with your client. :)ReplyDelete
Wow...you did it. Congratulations on the sale the house!ReplyDelete