Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Spring & Shivers

It looks like Spring might finally arrived here in WA (and about time too!) We've had a few days of sunshine and I actually took two blankets off the bed a couple of nights ago (this is Major). I can't get over the fact that four nights ago I had the heater on in the bedroom, and the following night it was so hot we switched to the air con. Crazy or what!!!

In writing news I've dived back into ancient history and am half way through chapter two of Druid 2. As the heroine in this one is the best friend of the heroine from book 1, I already know her pretty well, but the hero is all new, all dark and all brooding. *shivers* Just the way I love them!!!

5 comments:

Cari Quinn said...

LOL, Christina, we had snow last week and last night I was too warm, as well. Gotta love those transitional periods...

And ooh, a dark and broody hero. Sign me up! ;)

Helen Hardt said...

Best of luck with the new project! I'm floundering right now...need to get excited about a project, especially with NaNo coming.

Mel Teshco said...

ooh, got to love those shivers you get with an exciting new hero!!

Suzanne Brandyn said...

Good Luck with your new novel Christina. I too am in the build up for the NaNoWriMo.

We also had a nice day here, that is until the wind came up after lunch, but this morning was lovely and warm.

I just love warmth. lol...

It is exciting isn't it, starting a new novel.

April Vine said...

Good luck with Druid 2 - a dark hero is the yummiest of them all!!!

We skipped spring and went straight into a hot summer!