The lull in proceedings has continued. I’m conscious of the fact that I’m new to blogging, and people who are following me may be thinking that I’ve given up early. This couldn’t be further from the truth. This blog is a big deal to me, and will continue to be so for the foreseeable future.
The problem at the moment is that I’m just an average DIY man, and I have had some big DIY tasks thrust upon me. Time is of the essence, and I MUST complete things very soon. I embarked upon the job of cladding the walls in the bathroom at our rental flat. My wife assured me that it would be simple. I was also convinced that this would be the case. However, the truth of the matter is that it has turned out to be the most difficult DIY job that I have ever taken on. I would give my right arm for a simple 90 degree cut every now and then (that’s only because I’m left-handed). This isn’t the only DIY job that is beckoning, but there is a now a visible light at the end of the tunnel.
On the book promotion side of things, I have been kindly invited to write an article for an online magazine. It is due to be published at the beginning of June. It is called CVH 1st Class Group, and will be available at http://www.cvh1stclass.com. Here, the editor Christina Howard has kindly taken an interest in my book and is keen on promoting it. I’ll post a direct link to it once it’s published. I’ve also been invited to an online interview by a medical researcher. One small step at a time.