9 thoughts on “Looking Forward to Autumn: A September Catch-up

  1. I love the sound of Yorkshire Lavender: what a beautiful-looking gardens. There was a time when you couldn’t have paid me to eat a lavender scone, but having recently tried a lemon one, at Betty’s, I could possibly be persuaded. Very jealous that you got to see Kylie in concert!

    1. I know what you mean about the scone. I was hesitant, but when in Rome … In the event it was surprisingly tasty. Kylie was fab! Can’t deny it xx

  2. Fabulous round-up and I can’t wait to see the pictures of the office. Sounds like it’s almost there. Wonderful, as always, to have been part of your last few months and look forward to the exciting events we have coming up in the next quarter. All we need is that shoulder to mend and you’ll be on fire in your new office
    Jessica xx

    1. Oh, let’s hope so. I feel like I’ve fallen so far behind with everything. So much work to do. Can’t wait to start work in my new look office xx

  3. Thanks for this.

    Its amazing what we do, and can’t remember we did, short weeks later, forget a whole quarter of the year!!

    Any way……..all i say to your question about (diet….shhhhh)

    You do know that diet is a four letter word?

    We dont use four letter words 🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎

  4. I can sympathise with the decorating bit, Sharon. I bought a new bathroom heater which was a different shape, which meant painting the wall, so why not get some new tiles, and painting the door which made the other doors upstairs look dingy, which meant the carpet looked tatty, which meant new carpet, which meant the landing looked odd which meant …….:D
    Oh yes, and a ‘quick’ revision to republish my first book should have been done and dusted by June, so it can’t be September! Ain’t life fun. Enjoy your new office. x

    1. Haha, yes one thing definitely leads to another, doesn’t it? I was beginning to wish I’d never started but the living room is looking so much better and the office won’t take much longer. It will be worth it. The year is flying by. Can’t believe it’s September but the shops are filling up with Christmas cards and tins of Roses so it must be true. 😁

  5. I love your blog! And I love those witchy books lol. I’m so sorry to hear about your occupational hazard shoulder problem sounds nasty I’ve been there (but not as a result of typing). Come to think of it, I think there is some fancy pants software you can get where you speak into your laptop and it types it – a friend mentioned this to me so I don’t know much about it. Thank you so much for mentioning my tiny blog! I’m honoured!
    Oh and good to know that Christmas books come out in October, I feel a Christmas book coming on for my series (but not this Christmas) Sam xx

    1. Aw, thank you so much, Sam. I did get the software for voice dictation but I can’t get to grips with it. Firstly, it doesn’t seem to understand my accent! Secondly, my mind seems to work as I type. When I try to dictate the words dry up. Bit of a waste of money really …

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