So just soaked it in. Sometime I feel that I might just be too busy taking pictures to actually soak in the moments like this.
So I enjoyed. Breathed in and out. Wow!
Sydney harbour is stunning, so beautiful, so diverse in its pockets and jewels of subtle differences. Like Milson's Point, with Luna Park, and the walk under the north side of the bridge, the incredible views to the opera house across blue, ferry strewn water and of course the arching splendour of an engineering masterpiece. So have flown over, walked over, walked under, cruised under (with Flo and Carol Marinelli on a Harbour Cruise, and with my husband on a Cruise Ship.)
I’m feeling a little proprietal about our Harbour Bridge at the moment. Even more since last week when we were two of the ants who donned climbing suits and went with the tour to walk the arch of the centre. How fun and very doable for most people. To stand above Sydney Harbour, gaze down at the water, feel the breeze on your face. Tick for the bucket list.
So it's been another amazing month with Romance Writers Of Australia conference in Sydney, sharing the Bridge Climb with my fab English editor, Flo Nicoll, and then onto New Zealand for the Romance Writers of New Zealand conference. Flying into Auckland was just as amazing with jagged peaks and islands and glorious clouds. Such a warm and welcoming conference, loved meeting everybody, friends and new friends, and felt very blessed. Then flying out again with such a blanket of woolly white clouds beneath. Even scored a rainbow coming into Sydney.
So as far as writing went there was lots of lovely motivation from the collective consciousness of so many writers and editors and I'm raring to go. Loving life and writing up a storm. Literally.
In the mean time I'm waiting my two new Harlequin Lyrebird Lake books out in December, my first Christmas in the lake. Hope you have as much fun as I did if you get a chance to pick up a copy.
Red Sand Sunrise is going gangbusters, so thrilled with that, and thanks to all the people who are sending me such wonderful emails.
I'm also busy with my next single title rural romance for Penguin, more on that later, and thanks for all the mails that asked for Sienna's story from Red Sand Sunrise. Will look at working on that after the new year.
For now, it's home again, home again, jiggedy jig, and not sure where the next adventure will be. I just know it's going to be fun.. xxFi