11 May 2009

Castles in the air

My hero and heroine spent the weekend here:

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I spent the weekend in Barcelona at the first of May's weddings. The bride was a friend from the days when I lived there, and the wedding itself was gorgeous from start to finish. I'm not sure my cava-assisted 'dancing' was quite as classy, but happily I can't remember too much about it, and luckily there doesn't seem to be any photographic evidence.

Thanks to my lovely little Samsung notebook I even managed to get quite a lot of writing and editing done. I've been mildly panicking that my story has too much external conflict and not enough internal, so this week I'm planning to pile on the torment.

With a deadline zooming in faster than Jenson Button in his very speedy car, and an aim to finish the book before the next wedding (in two weeks), I may disappear for a while...


Suzanne said...

I love Eileen Donan Castle.

Glad you had a good time and good luck with the conflict.


Lucy King said...

Thanks Suzanne. Have never been, but doesn't it look lovely!?

Jackie Ashenden said...

Oooh, I've been there! It's gorgeous!!

Go the internal conflict. Torture them! (cue evil laugh)

Lacey Devlin said...

Breathtaking! Take me there! *Green eyed monster alert!*

Joanne Cleary said...

Wow! What a beautiful view.

I haven't been there but I sure wish someone would whisk me off there :-)

Good luck with finishing on time, Lucy, I'm sure you will.

Lorraine said...

I've been there too and the drive to get to it is lovely.

Good luck with piling on the torment. Perhaps a real chocolate fountain in your 'cave' would help with the deadline?

Felicity Roger said...

Fantastic castle. I think I have been there. It was a while ago that we were in Scotland and in the end, one castle began to blend into another. Is it the place that they filmed the Highlander movies.

Good luck with the conflict.