Zombie Apocalypse: Day 4

It’s getting a bit repetitive around here. I found my bubble wand and went just outside my front door for 5 minutes fun. Apart from that, today has been very much like yesterday. I worked on the third edition in Spanish of my guide book, “Una espectacular ventana al universo” and made good progress; I wrote a bit of a story about someone in lockdown; I critiqued some chapters of my friend Ros’s novel (it’s going to be good) and I danced enough to keep myself halfway fit.

On the plus side, yes, I’ve done some useful stuff. More importantly, the curve of new infections in Spain seems to be flattening and the Japanese have found a medicine that seems to really help, so we’re achieving something important by sitting on our arses in here. La Palma is holding steady at 5 cases. (I try not to think to much about the rest of the world because I can’t help.)

Oh yes I can. If you’re in lockdown you can have a free copy of my ebook The Dodo Dragon. It’s quirky SF. Just email sheila at sheilacrosby dot com and say whther you’d like mobi for Kindle, epub for Apple or PDF for anything else.

#StompThatCurve

But I think I need to come up with something new for tomorrow. I consider myself creative, right?

Posted by sheila

Sheila came to La Palma with a six month contract and has stayed 24 years so far. She used to work as a software engineer at the observatory, but now she's a writer and Starlight guide.

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