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Saturday Smile – 3rd August

3 August, 2013

In the words of the immortal genius that is Ferris Bueller, “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while you could miss it.” Amongst the quotidian same old same old, there are always moments or events that stand out as smileworthy. Here are a few of mine:


  • I have booked train tickets for a week in Cornwall in September with my writing partner
  • I reached the end of the second full draft (third draft if you count the 92k words of the aborted first draft) of my first completed novel
  • I continue to resist having biscuits and crisps in the house, replacing them with yoghurt. fruit and willpower


You must have smiled this week, or at least had moments when the frown eased a little. Tell us all about them…

  1. Hasty was soooo happy to be back 🙂

  2. On my birthday, after my spanking. I missed big.

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