Wendy Clarke's journey from first short short story publication to who knows where?
Now that looks like a holiday destination, Wendy! Hope you got plenty of rest, reading and relaxation. Your photos certainly sell the place.
That is exactly what we got, Rosemary.
Gosh, it must have been terrible, especially that view from the balcony. Perhaps you could write a story about it!
Yes, I hope you feel very sorry for me, Lindsay. Of course we may have to go back again, maybe next year, just to check!
That looks awful, Wendy, poor you. Did you manage to do any writing, to take your mind off things, or was the glare of the sun and the 'inviting-ness' of the swimming pool all too much to be able to concentrate?
I didn't put pen to paper all week, Helen - it was a complete break.
How awful, Wendy - it looks like such an ordeal! If you do go again, let me know and I'll go in your place to save you the pain ;-) x
Oh, I couldn't subject you to such an ordeal Terrsa!
Poor you, Wendy. Am so sympathetic ;)
I know, Della, but someone has to do it.
Lucky you to have such a miserable life!! :) Edith xxx
Sometimes I wonder how I get by, Edith, I really do.
Can't think why, but I haven't come over terribly sympathetic.
Then I may have to post some more pictures of this terrible place to convince you, Patsy!
Ooh you are cruel Wendy! You probably need to get back to dancing and walking the dog to compensate for all the lovely grub and holiday living!Looks fab & hope some story ideas came to you by that gorgeous pool...
I wish. This post is the first fiction I've created in a week, Tracy!
All writers of fiction need to be competent liars, Wendy! It sounds wonderful!
How very true, Frances.
You forgot to mention having to cope with all the inspiration for new stories, sorting out photos to illustrate travel articles ... Almost makes me want to cancel my own holiday :)
Did I do all those things? I didn't have the time, what with snoozing in the sun, swimming in the pool and eating baklavas!