So I have started work and already written about 5,000 words and got an idea for a plot that features counterfeit Derek and Rodneys, baddies, a mad professor who isn't what he seems and of course the real Derek and Rodney who have taken Hethersett by storm and who now have followers in California and other parts of the USA.
I will be posting the first couple of chapters on the Facebook page and then other excerpts over the next few weeks. If we are fortunate to get a publisher to bring out a book we will be looking to give any proceeds to the Nelson's Journey charity which supports bereaved children.
Just a reminder that there is a Just Giving page for donations in aid of the charity. The link is:
At the time of writing the site had raised £207 of its target of £500. Please donate if you can. Every little counts as they say.
On Saturday, we went for our first Steward Stroll for some time. It was an old haunt with a slight difference. We got to the end of one side of the lake at the UEA Broad only to find the path closed and we had to take a lengthy detour which took us past a donkey sanctuary. The donkeys were all very friendly and obviously very used to people.
We had a scone and coffee at the Sainsbury Centre café which is open again. There were some interesting sculptures on the land outside the café. Some appeared to be new, so more photographs.
On Saturday afternoon watched Hethersett and Tas Valley Cricket Club firsts comfortably beat Lowestoft. So there are some photos of that as well.
The photograph gallery is concluded with some shots taken in our garden - nothing unusual about that but these photographs were taken by our granddaughter Poppy who is just five years of age and already has an eye for a photograph and knows how to use my Sony Bridge camera.
Finally in this blog are a couple of pictures of my latest stories to appear in the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News papers. One is about Dawson's Law solicitors and the other is an update on the proposed new pavilion on Hethersett Memorial Playing Field.