Books And Water

Books And Water
Image: Brandi Sims

The further I got into yesterday the worse my headache got. The obvious reason would be sudden decompression from the stress of the week prior, which is fair enough but it hampered me in getting to do the things I wanted.

There’s not much really to talk about today. I did more reading than I planned mostly because of my sore head, but a couple of pain killers later and a few gallons of water, I was able to put pen to paper.

I’ve started reading On Writing by Stephen King as well as continuing with the epic Kenneth Williams Diaries, and Luke Wright’s debut poetry collection, High Performance, which arrived in the post yesterday is a real treat.

So, I didn’t get as much done as I wanted thus I’m going to leaving it there for today—I’m feeling much more in sync so I’m going to get on with things instead of talking about it.

Any Ian Dury fans reading this will already have noted my small tribute in the title of this blog post.

Finally, as it’s the day of the Sabbath here’s a wee video of the main man talking to God himself. Enjoy your Sunday, folks.

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About Colin Galbraith

Thriller author, music fan, St Mirren fan, fluff chucker, rabbit tamer, outstanding fake faller. Loves cannoli.
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