Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Lichfield lunch

Today was lovely, I've been working very hard over the weekend - massive edits on Charlie Darling and then I wrote almost 3k yesterday on the next book for LBD, so today was my reward. I went to Lichfield for lunch with two of my favourite writerly people - Phillipa Ashley and Elizabeth Hanbury. As usual we talked booky and writing non stop - toured the beautiful cathedral, drank lots of latte and ate cake. I also bought a very lovely scarf for my upcoming trip to London in November for a launch party and meeting with my agents. To top of my excellent day out I came back to an email saying that Blue Remembered Heels had sold to Indonesia. Very exciting to have foreign translations!

5 comments:

Sally Lawton said...

Sounds like a lovely day and congratulations on your wonderful news x

Phillipa said...

Lovely to see you Nell - and Liz too!

Shirley Wells said...

That sounds like my kind of day - cathedrals, coffee, cake and writerly chat. Perfect.

Many congratulations on the Indonesian sale!

Nell Dixon said...

Thanks all!!

Julie Day said...

Congrats on the foreign sales. Must feel good to know it's in another country.