Friday, October 16, 2009

Look what I've got!

She's all over blogland today, and I couldn't resist showing off my own brand new copy of Heaven Can Wait, written by fellow Novel Racer and Saffer and all round talented writer, Cally Taylor. I almost daren't get into it because I know I won't be able to put it down and there are chores to be done. Oh, who am I kidding? Bread and jam for tea anyone?

There'll be a guest post from Cally on this blog on Thursday, 22nd October so look out for that, and in the meantime I'll try not to gnash my teeth and tear my hair out with envy. So not a good look.

17 comments:

TOM FOOLERY said...

Look if Heaven can Wait, I'm blinkin' sure tea can wait! Well done to Cally Taylor.

BTW Pete sends his regards ;-) Tommox

Wordy thingy is LIKERSUB, me likey :-)

Karen said...

Ooh I likey too! And you're right - tea can wait.

(I'm pretending I didn't see Pete's name there ...)

Amanda said...

Green with envy that you have your copy already, Karen! x

Fia said...

Bread and jam sounds like a treat to me.

Great picture too.

Cally's at my blog tomorrow so better start dusting...

Suzanne Jones said...

Oooooh, jealous. My copy hasn't arrived yet.

Enjoy - and forget the chores. I don't believe in housework and as for tea? Isn't that what M&S's food hall is for?.

XX

Lane said...

Gosh, it looks like you have an extra large copy:-)

Looking forward to reading it too.

Queenie said...

Mine's on its way, I'm hoping it will arrive today although that might just possibly derail all my plans for getting words written and jobs done this weekend...

Debs said...

I've just received mine, but am holding back from starting until I've finished todays blogging - who am I trying to kid...Where is that book.

Looking forward to your guest blog from Cally on 22nd.

Calistro said...

I LOVE that photo! I'm so stealing it and putting in facebook with the pics people have sent me of my book (hope you don't mind my blatant theft ;)

Lily Sheehan said...

Im so jealous - I ordered my copy to work and of course I'm not back there till tomoz. Grrrr

HelenMHunt said...

Great to see Cally's book all over the blogs!

♥ Boomer ♥ said...

I haven't had jam in forever!!! And a good book just can't wait, can it!?

KatW said...

I'll look forward to Cally's guest post. She did a great interview over at Caroline's blog. Looking forward to reading her book - it sounds just my sort of thing.

Kat :-)

Karen said...

amanda - I've finished it already - it's very good :o)

fia - I love bread and jam - practically grew up on the stuff!

suzanne - I don't need too much persuading to ignore the chores, and M & S's food hall is a great idea!

lane - Lol! I hadn't noticed that :o) At least it wasn't hardback - too heavy for reading in bed :o)

queenie - Ooh yes, there's going to be problems post-wise this week - better not send any stories off today!

Debs - I did read it very quickly in the end! Hope you enjoy the post :o)

calistro - Of course I don't mind - at least it hides most of my face!!

lily - Hope you're copy's arrived now - blummin' postal strike won't help!

helenmhunt - It really is. Inspiring too :o)

boomer - I still love jam - especially apricot or cherry flavour :o)

katw - It's really good, I read it in about 2 days :O)

Fionnuala Kearney said...

Well done to Cally - shes been blogging over on Strictly Writing too - a busy girl! Still waiting for my copy which I suspect has become a victim of the berluddy post. x

Annieye said...

I can't wait to read it, and well done Cally.

Fionnuala Kearney said...

What a year Cally's had eh? See? Dreams can come true...My copy still hasn't arrived, berluddy post. x

It's (not-even-nearly) the Season to be Jolly...

I know it's only September, but my new book THE BEACHSIDE CHRISTMAS  is out today. It's the final in the Beachside series a...