Confessions of an Air Hostess - by Marisa Mackle
(I've started collecting LBD books and this one looks fun!)
I read 'Decent Exposure' in two days. I would have read it much quicker if I hadn't had to do two shows on Saturday.
Set in the Lake District (my favourite place in the whole world) this is the most wonderful love story. I've honestly never willed two people to be together as much as I did with this book.
This is the first Little Black Dress book I've read so far, and now I can't wait to read the rest, and definitely anything else by Phillipa Ashley. A fantastic story-teller!
Oh my God! It's BRILLIANT!
It's just a fun show. The audience are loving it. I love feel-good shows.
I'm dressing the girlies - who are absolutely lovely. We opened last night and I was slightly worried becasue there are LOADS of costume changes. I actually don't stop throughout the whole show.
I have to say that the best bit is when there's rain on the stage, it looks amazing - and there's fire - but the rain is brilliant. I'm desperate to have a go in it! Not so brilliant when we have to catch all of the wet clothes when they come off!
Anyway, if you get chance to see it before it goes in to the West End - definitely go.
It's very much like 'Oh What a Night,' if any of you have seen that!
Hm, I'm not sure. It's the best of a bad bunch! I hate having my photo taken - well actually I don't mind when I'm out with friends or on holiday, it's just photo's like this where you have to be serious, I just feel stupid posing for them.
I had a great session in the library the other day, I got loads done and time flew by.
Thursday, Mr Sally had the day off work so it was nice to have the day with him. (He's a stage manager of a theatre and is always at work!) I didn't get much done on Thu.
Yesterday I had to make him go to the gym - just so I could have some peace and quiet, he's off again today and I'm hoping he's going to pop along to the gym again later.
I'm getting ready to go to London on Monday. I'm having a meeting with a possible agent about my teenage book. I've been trying to get an agent for 3 years. I wrote a commercial fiction novel -which in the three years of rejections has gone through lots of changes. My teenage novel is something I'm so excited about, and finally someone is interested. I'm so nervous.
I'm nervous because:
a) I hate having to go to London. The tube confuses me and it's sooo busy!
b)This could be the start of something great, and I don't want to get excited until it happens!
Wish me luck.
Once my holiday pay cheque clears tomorrow (yes, it's tomorrow.) I'll be purchasing the following...