There are exciting times here in the House of Bin.
I’m working on a new project, running in tandem with book four. Those of you who are waiting for book four, I promise it’s coming. I just want it to be exactly right before I put it out there into the world. I’m sure it’ll be worth the wait and thank you for your patience. Not that you have a great deal of choice in it, but I appreciate it anyway.
My life is full of words, which is delightful, and I’ve been reading a tremendous book lately. I’m sure there will be a review once I’ve finished it, but the joy of this one is that I knew the author. She was one of my mother’s tutors when she was training to be a nurse.
When I came about, Miss Hector was an older lady, with an aura of power around her which I’d never come into contact with before. I think I found her quite scary but, now that I’m reading her, I could kick myself. She was clever and funny and I wish I had known that. I am dragging this book out for all it’s worth because I don’t want to finish reading her. That’s how great she is.
Because Miss Hector also trained at Bart’s, she speaks about the little church Bart’s the Less (where I was christened and my godparents were married) and the massive church Bart’s the Great (where they filmed the wedding of Charles and Duckface in Four Weddings and a Funeral) and this is where I finally get to the point…
Day 133 of #365HappyDays… Anna Chancellor. Just look at her.