Tuesday, 6 December 2011
Seriously, I'm sure there are great writing retreats on a cruise ship. Spend a week on a ship and just write. If not, there very well should be. I found myself in the library every night, listening to music and writing away.
The food was delicious. So much so I gained 1.8kgs in one week. Yikes. Now, I have to diet. I didn't get sick, not even sea sick and I had a couple of massages as well. That said, I'm glad to be home (a little) and ready to continue writing my next book.
I have decided to try and catch up best as I can but I'm not going to stress out too much with the 1000+ posts in my reader. I will just make sure I get back to reading what you're posting now and touch base with my 100+ emails.
Have you been on a cruise? How about a writing cruise? What did you like? Not like?
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