In a few days’ time I get to go away with the day job for three weeks in the Scottish Mountains doing IT  on what is little more than a construction site. Despite my proximity to Eastercon I will not be there.
There’s a lot to get ready. Longest I’ve been away with the leg is a week and that took a lot of  planning. Three weeks means a lot more. And with a week to go, it’s a little manic.
As a result I’ve resigned myself to the fact that I’ve already entered the time of “little writing”.  That time is being used with preparation and planning. I knew it was coming and I’ve planned for it. Thieving King is in a perfect place for a break (and I ‘m really pleased that I’m finding that I’m frustrated with myself for not being able to write).
As a result of being in the Scottish Mountains and having terrible phone reception, I’m pretty much going to be uncontactable for at least week or so. If you email me or try and contact me via social media, you are unlikely to get a reply until some time in May.
However, I’ve got a ton of really interesting blog posts scheduled to go live starting around Easter Monday, so I would definitely make a point of checking those out.