This Tuesday morning finds me typically behind on emails, working on an outline for the new new novel, Through the Stormy Shades, which I now really want to write, and still rather surprised that people like those at The Pakistani Spectator and, now, Andrew at Small Business Tech want me to write articles for them.
It’s always nice when people enjoy what you do, but it’s especially nice when they like it so much that, as Andrew did recently, they invite you to produce articles for them. Granted, we all benefit from sharing our various abilities in this way, but I still consider it a huge compliment.
Take a look at Small Business Tech when you have a moment. My first article for them (admittedly a repost from this site) is now online.
I’ve also been trying to get a feel for Through the Stormy Shades. It’s set predominantly in the Freeman Hospital in 1981/1982 and yet again (even though I said I didn’t want to do this for a while) it’s semiautobiographical.
Whilst researching the other day I came across a photograph of the kind of bed I spent about nine weeks on whilst I was the Freeman Hospital the first time. I just thought I’d share it with you.
It was as comfortable as it looks!