It's 7 o' clock at night, and I've only just managed to switch the computer on for the first time today. It's been a busy day. The girls arrived this morning and we did our usual "stuff". Then it was a quick lunch, a trip into town to write some verses for The People's Bible, and then we were off to the Sunday School (it's not a) Picnic.
An afternoon of catching balls, kicking balls, throwing balls and playing with a large fabric "parachute" with a dozen or so kids, followed by a chippie for tea. Lovely.
I did manage a bit more work yesterday, after the girls had gone for the night. I've now uploaded the revised first 12 chapters (or thereabouts) of Hospital Corners on Authonomy. http://www.authonomy.com/books/35253/hospital-corners/
I'm not 100% sure how to split things up around Chapter 5 onwards. Lots of changing POV, and I don't know if it's worth making each different one a different chapter or not. Some of them would only be a paragraph or two long....I think I'll worry about that later on; you know, when I've actually written the remaining 15 to 20 chapters!
I also managed to re-read "Eats, Shoots and Leaves" this morning. I'm glad I read the other guides first as they reminded me of the different types of apostrophes and so on. If I got one thing out of the book, it's where to hyphenate "fine tooth-comb". I use the phrase at the start of Peggy's diaries!