Friday, 6 August 2010

Brent Library... Here I come!

Just a quick head's up that I'm in Brent tonight doing my first ever solo workshop about 'How to Write a Mills and Boon'. Have a very nice powerpoint lecture full of top tips organised which I'm hoping will be informative and fun for the participants (well, there is a picture of Daniel Craig in there so I should be on to a winner right?).

Have been told by the library that it's fully booked so am feeling a little nervous (oh all right,  a lot nervous). So if you are coming please be kind and ask lots of questions so I don't bore every one rigid doing all the talking.

Will report back tomorrow on how it went.

Sorry, had to just slip in a couple more piccies from my Italian holiday because I'm a bit of a show-off like that. What do you think of that amazing bed??? Fit for a romance novellist or what? Still can't believe I've actually slept in a four-poster bed now. Mind you by the time we got to the villa resort near Florence I needed a fairly sizeable bed.... Let's just say that after all the vino rosso and three course pasta lunches and gelatis on the Ponte Vecchio I'm not quite as svelte as when I left!

Still every single ounce was gratefully earned.


Sally Clements said...

woo thats a gorgeous looking bed! And you're looking very happy in the pic too. Have fun tonight.

joanne pibworth said...

Lots of luck for the work shop Heidi, wish I had one of those lucky tickets!

Swanky looking bed! I so want to go to Italy.

Anonymous said...

Hi Heidi, I've just come back from your workshop. It was fantastic. You were great and honest about how hard it is to write a romance novel, but also how rewarding you found it.

I can't wait to read your new book in Nov.

Jackie Ashenden said...

Sounds like it went well, Heidi! You rock.

Lacey Devlin said...

Gorgeous pics! I wanna go to the workshop WAAAAAHHH!!!

Heidi said...

Hey guys, wish you could all have been there... think it went well, not least because the attendees were an interesting and enthusiastic bunch of writers.

And thanks for coming Anonymous, so glad you found it worthwhile! What's nice about these events is it always gives me lots of added enthusiasm to get back to my own hero and heroine again!