Blink and you'd have missed it …

True to form (story of my life yet-again), the set of unbelievable and unforseen setbacks I’ve had to endure during the last few weeks have made me feel at times as if this day would never happen.  I’ve truly felt at times as if something’s been conspiring against me, but – at last – here I am; writing my first-ever blog.

This is ‘One I prepared earlier,’ to be honest, in preparation for this day coming, but what I didn’t expect, was for it to suddenly happen – without warning – as it has just now, 11.30 today … Wednesday 27th October 2010.

It seems completely unreal.  Only the weird anti-climax, ‘numb bum’ and eyes that can barely focus right now are proof of the reality of it all at this moment.  I need to go and make some coffee or something I think.

Anyway: my aim is to write a new blog once a week, but if anything else interesting happens inbetween times, I’ll just have to share it with … well, er, probably nobody, but I’ll still do it – in the hope that there might just be someone out there with nothing better to do than check it out!

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4 Responses to Blink and you'd have missed it …

  1. Maureen Jones October 27, 2010 at 2:38 pm #

    Hi Jane
    It was great meeting you this morning just as everything came together for you – a strange but good omen I think….

    Just to let you know I am going to purchase your book.

    Maureen

  2. kim new October 27, 2010 at 7:12 pm #

    Well Jane. What a great website. Your new book sounds fab and I am more than happy to be one of the first to buy a copy. I wish you lots of good luck in your new venture and truly hope you get a book deal with a major publisher very soon. After all your hard work it sounds like no-one deserves it more than you do. xx

  3. Ali November 1, 2010 at 9:02 am #

    I blinked and looked at your blog, not bad!

  4. fiona Harrold November 2, 2010 at 11:40 am #

    Hi Jane,
    Great site! I’d love to see an extract/Chapter One of Just Good Friends? I think it could hook people into the story and encourage sales.

    Onwards!

    Fiona xx

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