This blog is for my Northern Hemisphere friends who are, either snuggling under a blanket of snow, or are sipping a full-bodied red wine by the fire pondering the glorious fact the seasons never change. Spring will always follow Winter. Summer will always follow Spring.
This morning, I had every intention of knuckling down to write a serious blog about climbing the e-book marketing mountain. Then, I had scheduled time to tackle reading and editing the first draft of Love Entwined – the soon to be released sequel to my contemporary romance e-book Love in the Vines.
Oh, and I was going to get stuck into K.A Krisko’s “Crypt of Souls” – I’m reviewing this e-book, so my pen & paper was ready to take notes.
Except, none of this happened. I got distracted by a blissful summer’s morning.
A coffee at the Black Barn Farmer’s Market had my name on it, as did a wander around the amazing sculpture garden at the Birdwoods Gallery.
Only a few miles drive from my home in Havelock North, in the heart of Hawke’s Bay, and far from the cold and cacophony of the city, this slice of kiwi heaven is just well, too tempting to resist.
Here’s a snapshot of the first four hours of my Saturday, December 29th, 2012.
Written by Magdalena Vandenberg author of e-books Love in the Vines and Minnie Moo The Extraordinary Adventure of an Ordinary Cat.
Photo’s courtesy of my i-phone.