Sunday, 24 April 2011

Spark Point


My life in your hands, Amelia Pond


My Easter weekend was/is complete with the above, the rest is just fanciful trimmings.

We've lost our heatwave, so the reading has wandered a little and I've been hiding out in my study again pretending to get work done and at times actually getting work done. I'm rewriting a few short stories, pulling them apart and making something brand new. I've also been scratching plans for something other, but hush, we don't tempt the fates for fear they'll scratch out our eyes, pierce our brain and remove such delightful wonderings.

Assuming they're delightful at all, we are at *spark point* and everything is amazing, brilliant, 'OMG! Why didn't I think of that before' there.

Beware, the monsters are coming.

9 comments:

Lee said...

Hmmmm... intriguing. :) Keep rocking, Cate!

Michael Stone said...

Dr Who was pretty good, wasn't it? I reckon Matt Smith is the best Who ever, and Amelia Pond the best sidekick. Chuck in River Song and you really can't go wrong.

Good luck with the writings!

Aaron Polson said...

*spark point* is a special place. Happy writing!

Natalie L. Sin said...

Monsters!

Cate Gardner said...

I will (and rolling), Lee

It was, Mike. Matt Smith's definitely my favourite Doctor (although I'm more of a new series gal, because I wasn't a fan of Dr Who as a kid - is that blasphemous?)

It is, Aaron

The world needs more monsters, Natalie ;)

Tony said...

*I* like monsters. :-) Glad you had a good weekend.

K.C. Shaw said...

Just the words 'spark point' make me excited. Like fireworks are coming out of your brain! Watch out!

Katey said...

Beware, the monsters are coming.
Always a good policy, but especially when I know people like you! <3

Mmmm spark point...

Simon Kewin said...

Haven't watched it yet but can't wait. New Dr. Who is a big event. Apparently there's some wedding or other going on too, but Dr. Who is way more important ...