The best laid plans etc.
So there I was on Saturday afternoon, interview questions safely tucked into my bag, waiting very excitedly at the airport for my flight to Melbourne and the interview with Tess Gerritsen. And sure, okay, it was raining . . . but then it rained more . . . and the board started showing planes as delayed . . . then diverted . . . then cancelled . . . NOOOOOOO! I queued along with hundreds of other concerned travellers, and asked if there was any chance of getting on a flight from Brisbane (an hour's drive north), but nope, the weather had moved in there too and the few planes that were getting out were overbooked. It was no good - I wasn't going. Disappointment doesn't do justice to how I felt, not only to miss out on the interview and catching up with Tess again, but also seeing a bunch of other crime writer friends who were going to be there. But there was nothing to be done but drive sadly home through the pouring rain. Once there I sent my questions through to friend, fellow crime writer and Sisters in Crime convenor Rose who filled in for me. From all I've heard, the night was fantastic . . . oh to have been there . . .
But never mind!
Here's a pic of Rose and Tess - don't they look like they're having fun??
A few weeks ago I was delighted to see Cold Justice receive a wonderful review on the fab UK blog Vulpes Libris. I've since been doing an email interview with blogger Lisa, and am pleased to say it will be posted on the site on Wednesday. Skip on over and have a read of that and their other reviews and interviews too!
Now it's back to work for me - the copy edit of Silent Fear has returned, and I have some reading and fixing to do!
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