Summer Break

bucket and spade time

Image by Jo Peattie via Flickr

Apologies to those of you who were looking out for my regular Monday lunchtime post this week. I’ve decided that since so many people are on holiday at the moment, I’m going to take a short break from blogging. Normal service will be resumed in September.

Over the next couple of weeks, amongst other things, I’ll be reading and reviewing The Barbarian Nurseries by Hector Tobar for the Waterstones website. If you fancy reviewing books for Waterstones (no payment but you get to keep the book) grab yourself a Waterstone’s loyalty card and click here to see the current book prize draws, each has around 25 copies of a forthcoming title up for grabs in return for providing a review.

I also hope to find time to read Sally Quilford’s My Weekly pocket novel ‘Sunlit Secrets’. I recently won a signed copy via Sally’s blog and am hoping that it will point me in the right direction with my own pocket novel. I have a 50,000 word first draft sitting in a corner waiting to be edited…

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By the way, the beach photo is just wishful thinking – although I do hope to manage a cycle ride in the local park plus an icream (everyone deserves a treat!). 

See you soon!

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  1. #1 by Sarah Pearson on August 25, 2011 - 8:37 pm

    Have a good break – take the books to the park 🙂

  2. #2 by Alice on August 28, 2011 - 4:59 pm

    Have a lovely break 🙂

  3. #3 by Mel H on September 4, 2011 - 4:43 pm

    I love the Waterstones deal – I read and reviewed The Stranger’s Child – it was amazing to get a free book through the post – like christmas come early!!

    Enjoy your break 🙂

    • #4 by Sally Jenkins on September 5, 2011 - 11:49 am

      I agree Mel – it’s great to get a free book through the post, especially one that’s hot off the presses & often pre-publication in the UK.

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