Tag! I'm it!

A meme! I was tagged by Medeia Sharif and l'Aussie Denise. Here goes:

1. Do you think you're hot? Never! I'm always freezing cold and asking whether we can't turn the heat up in the office.

2. Upload a picture or wallpaper you're using at the moment. Ooh, I love this one. It's a collage I made a while ago of all the images in my head as I write Out of the Water:

3. When was the last time you ate chicken meat? A couple of days ago. Why?

4. A song you listened to recently: Nightingale, by the Whisky Trench Riders (e-mail me if you'd like to buy the album!)

5. What were you thinking as you were doing this? Of eating and drinking. I'd really like a coffee.

6. Do you have nicknames? What are they? D, Deni, Den Den...

7. Tag eight bloggers:


Zan Marie







8. A few questions about your tagged friends...

Who's listed as number one?
Karen, who does a great job collecting and commenting on all things Outlander-related.

Say something about number 5.
Sara's writing a fascinating story, and her blog is always full of writerly tid bits!

How did you get to know number 3?
Why, the Forum of course! The Compuserve Books and Writers Community.

How about number 4?
Jill's just started blogging - met her through the Forum too. Hi Jill *waves*. She's been incredibly helpful the last little while as I plough through my edits.

Leave a message for number 6.
Hi Tara! Thank you for helping me remove that last gangplank and starting Rosa's story where it should be begun!

Leave a lovey-dovey message for number 2.
Thank you for all the inspiration, Zan Marie (Cherry Hill lives on!), and for that lovely poem you wrote last week. Bless you!

Do number 7 and number 8 have any similarities?
They're both writers, and I wish them both the best of success! They've also got very pretty and interesting blogs.

And hey what about number 9?
9? But you told me to tag 8! Let's tag Talli Roland, just for fun, since she's about to launch her newsletter - sign up if you haven't yet done so!

Speaking of Jill and Tara and gangplanks, I do believe I might be done with revising and re-editing the opening to Out of the Water. Now I've got to turn around and revamp the ending. All in preparation for Barbara Rogan's Revising Fiction Workshop, which starts in *gasp* 11 days.

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