Saturday, July 01, 2006

Day at Kew

A day out for Lord H and me at Kew. Beautiful weather for it. But, my goodness, it's larger than I thought - we must have walked miles and my feet are throbbing. Particularly enjoyed the rose garden and also the Japanese garden - I love those; they always make me feel so peaceful and together. Must be something to do with the rocks and lines of gravel. I could sit and gaze at it for a lifetime. There was also a stunning display of garden photography to admire.

Watched Part One of the "Dr Who" finale on TV tonight - great stuff! Not only cybermen, but daleks too - what more could you ask for? Am already looking forward to Part Two next week.

Also carried on my read-through of "Thorn in the Flesh" - am about halfway through now, and making a few last minute changes. Isn't that always the case? Was somewhat floored by a very negative critique of "A Dangerous Man" on the You Write On (http://www.youwriteon.com) site. It seemed highly unfair. Still, it's only one opinion and my publishers, Flame Books (http://www.flamebooks.com) obviously like it. Doesn't stop the reviewer's opinion hurting like hell though. Damn it.

Anne Brooke
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2 comments:

Sharon J said...

It's just an unfortunate fact of life that you can't please all of the people... I'm sure your work pleases a whole of folks, though, and that's what's important, isn't it?

Anne Brooke said...

Very true, Sharon! Still, one can't help ones feelings!!...

A
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